Fans of the royal family got an unofficial sneak peek at the Cambridges’ annual Christmas card this year, thanks to a member of the Royal Air Force.
Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty tweeted a photo of the personal card she received from Duchess Kate herself; it showcased a never-before-seen image of the royal family.
“A Christmas card from our Royal Patron, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, which I share with all members of the @aircadets,” tweeted McCafferty. “We send HRH and her family all best wishes for Christmas and hope to see her again in 2020.”
The card’s photo shows the entire Cambridge family—Prince William, Princes George and Louis, and Princess Charlotte alongside Kate—casually dressed in matching hues of pale blue and navy, posing outside. Kate wears a long-sleeved, printed wrap dress and William in a crisp button-down, while Louis and George coordinate in matching polo shirts. Charlotte remains expectedly adorable in a checkered, A-line dress.
The eldest Cambridge children, George and Charlotte, are expected to take part in the queen’s walk to church on Christmas Day this year. It would be the two’s first time taking part in the royal tradition. Both George and Charlotte, as well as their younger brother, Louis, were photographed with Will and Kate earlier this morning while headed to Buckingham Palace for the queen’s annual Christmas lunch.
Much like the styling of the family photo, the Christmas message from the Cambridges is sweet and simple.
“Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and New Year,” the card reads with a simply signed send-off from Catherine.
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