Duchess Kate and Duchess Meghan attend Christmas services with the royal family


The royals are getting in the Christmas spirit!

Amid ongoing rumors of feuds, the royal family stepped out on Tuesday to attend Christmas services at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, Norfolk, before heading back to Queen Elizabeth's estate for a traditional and family-filled holiday dinner.

The Duchess of Cambridge, dressed in a gorgeous, vintage-inspired red coat and matching hat ensemble, joined Prince William, Prince Charles and the rest of the royal family for the short walk towards the church. Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex, who is celebrating her first holiday as a royal, walked arm-in-arm with Prince Harry.

The mom-to-be opted for a chic navy blue ensemble by friend Victoria Beckham.

Also partaking in this year's services were Princess Beatrice and newlyweds Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, who just married last October. Queen Elizabeth was also spotted arriving at the church.

While the Cambridge family previously alternated between spending Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with the royals and the Middletons, it was revealed that Kate, William and family will spend all of Christmas at Sandringham estate and celebrate with Kate's family later in the season.

“With the queen and Philip’s advancing ages, skipping years isn’t an option anymore," said the insider to US Weekly.

For more on the royal family's Christmas festivities, watch the video above!

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