The Best Royal Family Holiday Cards Through the Years
’Tis the season for sending royal greetings! But what does a Christmas card from Kate (or Camilla) actually look like? We went deep into the archives to dig up the most regal royal holiday cards from throughout the years.
Queen Eliz and Prince Philip on the Buckingham Palace balcony with their kids, Prince Charles and Princess Anne. Classic.
Fast-forward (quite a few years) and the kids are all here.
Color coordination was a serious consideration in this professional shot, sent by Di and Charles.
Whoa, hats off (or on) to a fancy-pants royal Christmas card done right. Also, proof that princes William and Harry can totally rock a double-breasted blazer.
About those double-breasted blazers: Looks like the princes were not too happy to dress up this year.
Because why wouldn’t Charles and Camilla choose a pic snapped at William and Kate’s wedding?
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Charles and Camilla are #couplegoals here.
A new family photo - Merry Christmas from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte pic.twitter.com/8d472rlXFW? Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 18, 2015
Remember when Charlotte kicked off her shoe and no one noticed?
That balloon artist is awfully mesmerizing.
The never-before-seen photo was taken by photographer Chris Allerton at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding and looks straight out of a bridal magazine.
Prince William and Kate shared a rare photo with their three children—Prince George (6), Princess Charlotte (4) and Prince Louis (1)—and we can’t get over George’s playful pose.
It’s not every day you see the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall casually chatting on a park bench.