It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and let's face it, there's one festive family who do December 25th like no other.
Enter the British Royal Family, who never fail to dazzle us with their Yuletide cheer.
In between The Queen's speech, their adorable Christmas cards and mouth-watering lunch menu, there's another annual tradition royal watchers can't get enough of - and that's seeing the full cast and crew of the blue-blooded family out and about as they head off to the morning church service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk.
We love seeing our favourite royals all rugged up in festive winter coats on Christmas morning, it's also a chance to see the entire clan interact with one another as well as the public well-wishers who dutifully camp outside to rub shoulders with royalty.
Who could forget Duchess Meghan's historical first royal Christmas in 2017? Despite not being an official royal wife, Queen Elizabeth broke with protocol and invited Prince Harry's partner along to spend Christmas with her soon to be in-laws.
It was the first time Duchess Catherine, Prince William, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan were all pictured together and were soon dubbed "The Fab Four."
A year later, the newly married Harry and Meghan (who was also pregnant with baby Archie!) again attended church alongside Kate and Wills in 2018.
For 2019, the outlook might look a little different, as the Palace has confirmed the Sussexes will be travelling to the United States for Christmas.
But no matter, it's not always the young royals stealing the show. Of course, monarch and matriarch Queen Elizabeth never puts a stylish foot out of place and it's always a very special moment when the ruler shows up.
As we countdown to this year's celebrations, we round up the best Royal Family Christmas Day photos from over the years!
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