Remember that feeling of complete euphoria when you first saw photos of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry together for the first time.
Our royal obsession announced they are set to get married, and we all went into a right tizzy.
And then they decided to gift us all with an official engagement photo shoot that was so sultry, we needed to submerge ourselves into a pool of water to just deal.
Well this glorious feeling is still soaring thanks to the British Royal Family stepping out, including Prince William and a pregnant Duchess Catherine, to the Church of St. Mary Magdalene for the Monday morning Christmas service.
And yes, it was bloody fantastic.
Meghan, 36, and her groom-to-be Prince Harry, 33, walked alongside Wills and Kate.
Harry's young niece and nephew, four-year-old Prince George and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte, skipped the outing and at stayed home.
Meghan made a very stylish Sandringham debut, donning a camel coat by Sentaler teamed with a brown hat and matching brown boots and a Chloe 'Pixie' bag.
Proving she has princess perfection down pat, Meghan's hair was impeccably blow dried showing off her shiny tresses.
The Suits actress seemed completely unfazed by the huge milestone, happily chatting to the crowds that braved the cold to see Harry's future bride.
Holding onto her hubby-to-be's arm, the pair were on cloud 9.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge showed she's an absolute pro at attending the Christmas service.
The 35-year-old held onto her husband Prince William's hand as they strolled through the English countryside.
Kate, who is expecting her third child, continued her maternity fashion streak with a Miu Miu velvet-trimmed double-breasted tartan wool-blend peacoat which was accessorised with black shoes and a matching black hat.
Royals fan knew we'd be seeing the entire gang together on Christmas Day after Kensington Palace confirmed the news.
"You can expect to see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Ms Markle at Sandringham on Christmas Day." Meghan's invitation marks a break in tradition for the royals, making her the first "non-spouse" to attend the family gathering.