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See Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2017 Christmas Card

22 December 2017, 01:29 | Cassandra Thompson

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The pair posed for a picture with their children Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.

Chris Jackson, the aforementioned Getty photographer, has worked the royal beat for some time-he took photos for Prince George's fourth birthday this past summer.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge accompanied the announcement with a new family photograph.

She has her mother's dark hair and the same delightfully chubby cheeks as her brother Prince George.

"The image features on Their Royal Highnesses' Christmas card this year".

In the couple's first interview, Markle called the duchess "wonderful" and praised her and Prince William for their "fantastic support". And of course, that's one of the many reasons we love her.

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In 2015, the family posted an outdoors picture of themselves on the card, with blue being the colour of choice then as well. "Petition to recover Kate Middleton's lost arm", one person wrote on Twitter.

"Does all blue mean another prince?" another added.

And one quipped: "Cheeky, clearly a giveaway that number three is a boy".

A Kensington Palace spokesperson said: "You can expect to see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and Ms Markle on Christmas Day". Though Kate's appendage is presumably just tucked behind her husband's back, the image does seem a little unusual once you take a closer look!

The photo, which appears on the Cambridges" Christmas card, shows Charlotte with the same bright smile as the monarch, 91, who is affectionately known as "Gan-Gan' to her great-grandchildren.

Yesterday, odds were slashed on the abby being named Alice or Arthur after bookies received a flurry of bets.



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