Prince George & Princess Charlotte Join William & Kate at Their First Public Christmas Walk

Prince William and Kate Middleton bring their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, to their debut walk for the Sandringham Christmas church service.

 After much speculation, Prince William and Kate Middleton finally brought along their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, for their Christmas debut at the Sandringham Christmas church service.

The family walked hand-in-hand as they were greeted by crowds. Prince Charles led the way while they walked across the tarred road to St Mary Magdalene Church.

Braving the early morning weather, Kate and Charlotte wore similarly styled A-line coats with large buttons at the front.

Kate opted for a gray coat by Catherine Walker & Co. It was detailed with faux fur and a matching belt. Charlotte was dressed in a green coat by Amaia, that complimented her mother's hat and suede pumps.

William and George were similarly styled in blue ensembles. William had on a blue coat that he wore over a collared shirt and dark blue tie. 

George also wore a tie and kept his church outfit formal with a blazer. His collared shirt and tie seemed to match his father's look.

According to PEOPLE, Charlotte and George's Christmas debut at the St Mary Magdalene Church was the first time the young royals joined the parents in meeting members of the public.

William held onto George’s hand as they welcomed gifts from people who waited outside the church. The father and son duo smiled and chatted with members of the public.

It is reported, Charlotte walked alongside Kate, and at one point, she gripped the back of her coat as she spoke to someone. Her mother was pictured to have reassured at one moment by placing her arm on her back.

Several people brought gifts for the children. Charlotte was also pictured giving a hug to a woman in a wheelchair after she was gifted an inflatable pink flamingo.

Princess Charlotte hugs a well-wisher after being gifted an inflatable pink flamingo at the Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate, on December 25, 2019 in King's Lynn, London, England : Source: Getty Images (Photo by Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Princess Charlotte hugs a well-wisher after being gifted an inflatable pink flamingo at the Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate, on December 25, 2019 in King's Lynn, London, England : Source: Getty Images (Photo by Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage)

PEOPLE  reports, while one-year-old Prince Louis was too young to bring along to the service, the couple is attempting to prepare their children for their royal roles in the future.

William and Kate have also tried to give their children as much of a normal life as they. After the church service, the royal family enjoyed a lunch at the Palace, and followed the tradition in which they gifted each other with gag Christmas gifts.

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