Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2020 Family Christmas Card Has Been Leaked

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Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2020 Family Christmas Card Has Been Leaked
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From Country Living

Christmas might be looking a little different for the royal family this year, as it is for all of us, but that hasn't stopped Prince William and Kate Middleton from keeping up one of their sweetest festive traditions: their annual family Christmas card.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge send out personalised Christmas cards featuring a photo of the family each year - and this time they've opted for a wintery outdoor theme, with the kids looking super cute of course.

This year's family photo was leaked on social media, but it hasn't yet been posted on the official Kensington Royal Instagram account. The Christmas card sees William and Kate smiling alongside their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, with the five seated on a bale of hay in front of a pile of chopped wood.

In keeping with the wintery theme, the whole family are wearing their warmest winter jumpers, which makes a change from last year's summery photograph. True to form, Prince Louis is laughing away in between his parents, and it's adorable!

The leaked card is reportedly addressed "To all the amazing NHS staff," followed by the message, "Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and New Year".

The royals usually send Christmas cards to thank charities and organisations they've worked with throughout the year, so it would of course be fitting for the Cambridges to thank the NHS after such a difficult year battling the coronavirus pandemic.

It's not known where the photo for this year's Christmas card was taken, but the family have spent a large amount of lockdown at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall, and they've previously taken their Christmas card photos there, so it's likely this one could be the same.

The family have been busy this week, with the Duke and Duchess taking their children to watch The National Lottery's Pantoland pantomime at The London Palladium, which was held to thank key workers and their families.

George, Charlotte and Louis were on their best behaviour, as the Cambridges appeared on the red carpet together, sweetly holding hands.

Wishing the family a very happy Christmas!

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