There was another official Christmas card from Meghan and Harry that we almost missed
Fans were shocked to find out that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had released two official Christmas Cards. One had somehow managed to go unnoticed until now.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrated their first Christmas together last year. Kensington Palace released their first official card in December.
In the first pic showed Harry and Meghan watching the fireworks at their evening wedding reception at Frogmore House. The couple apparently released a second card.
The second Christmas card contained a picture taken from their tour of Australia. The stunning pic showed Meghan holding an umbrella over the couple while Harry spoke in the pouring rain during a visit to Dubbo.
The thank you note attached to it read, "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, thank you for the very kind message you sent for Christmas." The messaged continued: "This was most thoughtful of you and greatly appreciated by Their Royal Highnesses who send their best wishes for Christmas, and for the New Year."
Prince William and Kate Middleton also released two cards this Christmas. Their first card showed a pic of the couple and their three kids surrounded by a forest-like environment.
The photograph was captured by Matt Porteous. It was staged at Anmer Hall and was taken solely for their Christmas card.
They also released a second card. The second picture was captured on Prince Louis' christening and showed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their family.
Kate held the baby in her hands. Prince William stood beside her while Princess Charlotte and her brother Prince George stood at their feet.
" I know they are real people but it looks like a picture a "normal" family would take. So beautiful!" commented one fan on the stunning pic.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles' Christmas card was revealed on their official Twitter account. They sat on a bench together in a picturesque garden.
The photograph was taken by Hugo Burnand. The photoshoot took place in the garden of Clarence House in the summer.