The royal family have released their Christmas cards and Prince William and Kate Middleton are winning in the 'cute' competition.
The heartwarming snap, shared on Kensington Palace's Instagram account, shows two-year-old Princess Charlotte wearing an adorable blue floral dress to match her four-year-old brother's blue stripey shirt.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photograph of their family. The image features on Their Royal Highnesses' Christmas card this year. The photograph shows The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their two children at Kensington Palace. It was taken earlier this year by @chrisjacksongetty Their Royal Highnesses have also announced this morning that Princess Charlotte will attend the Willcocks Nursery School in London from January 2018. The Willcocks Nursery School has said: "We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte. We look forward to welcoming Charlotte to our nursery in January."
Meanwhile, the childrens' parents wore matching blue outfits, with pregnant Kate wearing a pale blue Catherine Walker custom wool crepe suit.
On closer inspection, it appears the family photo was taken before Kate announced her third pregnancy in September as there seems to be no visible sign of a bump.
The photo's caption reads: 'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photograph of their family. The image features on Their Royal Highnesses' Christmas card this year. The photograph shows The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their two children at Kensington Palace.'
In true Prince George fashion, it looks like the third in line to the throne is up to no good as he can be seen fidgeting in the picture, with one foot lifted up as if to break out into a dance.
It comes as the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall also released their Christmas card picture, taken to celebrate Camilla's 70th birthday this year in the orchard room at the Highgrove estate.
The Royal Family - the most adorable clan, ever.
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