Prince William and Kate Middleton's children are set to partake in one of the Royal family's traditions by making their Christmas walk debut this year.
As it is the tradition of the royals, each year, members of the family embark on a public walk to the holiday services at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on Queen Elizabeths's Sandringham estate.
And this year, the royal children are set to join them. According to People, a source expressed that George, 6, and Charlotte, 4, are going to be joining the royal family in their first-ever Christmas walk. However, this development might be subject to change.
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge at St. George's Chapel on October 12, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
This may be the first time Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be accompanying the royals at the church on Christmas day, but it is not the first time they'll be in the public eye during the festive seasons.
In 2016, when Prince Williams and Kate decided to spend Christmas with Kate's family in Bucklebury, George and Charlotte were seen attending a church service close to the Duchess' childhood home.
This festive period is a fascinating one for George and Charlotte. It is reported that the duchess will be taking them to meet Santa Claus.
The little royals are said to have their Christmas list ready as they will be joining other kids from Thomas Battersea in a fairytale grotto.
Meghan and Prince Harry will not be joining the royal family for Christmas; they will be spending it with Meghan's mother, Doria, in the United States.
The little royals who have a variety of interests, just like any other children are always excited about the Christmas period.
The royal family is never bereft of activities to do during the festive periods thanks to the numerous traditions put in place for them to follow.
Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge at Beaufort Park on June 10, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
These rituals include the exchange of gifts on Christmas eve which is a means of honoring their German culture.
Also, the whole family attends Christmas services together except in cases where a couple or family decides to spend it with their spouses' family.
Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge wave to wellwishers on October 1, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images
For instance, Meghan and Prince Harry will not be joining the royal family for Christmas; they will be spending it with Meghan's mother, Doria, in the United States.
The holidays for the royals is always a special moment and also exciting. Everyone gets to be around each other and spend quality time together in Sandringham.