Prince George has officially celebrated his first Christmas, but without mom and dad? He spent his first Christmas at the Sandringham House in Norfolk, England along with his nanny, while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went for a lovely Christmas morning walk to church.
"We've had a good morning with George and I can't wait until next year when he's bigger," Prince William said on his way to church.
Kate Middleton looked as beautiful as always on the royal Christmas day. She even changed outfits twice and got to kiss the Queen of England.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated the morning with George by opening up his gifts before going to church. "Kate told me [Prince George] was having a lovely day but was more interested in the wrapping paper than the presents," Cicely Howard said.
But the royal couple weren't alone that morning. Thousands of pedestrians gathered to watch the royal family as they walked to church to celebrate the Christian holiday.
Kate looked stunningly beautiful in her green and blue plaid Alexander McQueen coat, a Gina Foster hat and black suede high-heeled boots. She strutted down the sidewalk, holding hands with William and presenting the perfect smile and wave to on the onlookers. But where was George?
The Queen, who drove to church rather than walking, was greeted by her granddaughter-in-law with a Christmas kiss. Prince Harry was also with the British Royal Family on Christmas morning, sporting the red beard left over from his expedition to the South Pole.
This is the Duchess' second time celebrating the holiday at the Sandringham House since the couple got married in 2011. The royal couple celebrated Christmas with her family last year in the village of Bucklebury, near West Berkshire, England.