Prince William and wife Kate have shared their family Christmas card and it's about as adorable as you'd think.
The couple are both beaming into the camera in the shot, which was taken in the woodland surrounding their home in Anmer Hall, Norfolk. Snapped alongside their parents are George, Charlotte and Louis.
And it's little Louis who really steals the focus in the photo, pulling a closed-mouth smile while being held by his mama. If this little fella isn't a meme in the next half hour, I owe you a tenner.
Meanwhile George, five, climbs on his dad and stands on one leg, with a cheeky grin on his face, and little Charlotte, three, smiles shyly as she holds on to her dad.
Meanwhile, newly-weds and expectant parents Meghan and Harry shared a classy black and white shot of them seemingly taken at their wedding with their arms around each other, watching the fireworks.
Dad Prince Charles and his wife Camilla opted for a simple photo of them sat on a bench in the garden of Clarence House.
The images have been released 11 days ahead of the big day which will see the Royals brought together to spend the day as a family.
William, Kate, George, Charlotte, Louis, Harry and Meghan will join the rest of the family on Christmas Eve at Sandringham House for a sit-down dinner, ahead of Christmas lunch the following day.
The family seem to love a good knees-up at Christmas, with Prince William and Harry revealing in an interview that they taught their late great-grandmother, the Queen Mother, how to do an Ali G impression. There's a sentence you don't see every day.
Speaking to the Telegraph, in 2002, William said that she had found the brothers watching Sacha Baron Cohen's beloved comedy creation and asked about the character.
Wills revealed: "It was two or three Christmases ago and we were sitting down watching Ali G on television. We were laughing when she came in. She couldn't understand what was going on, so we explained.
"She saw Ali G click his fingers and say 'respec', and Harry and I showed her what to do. She loved it, and after three goes she had it. Later that day we were all in the dining room, having Christmas lunch, when she tried it out."
Giving more detail about the story, Harry added: "It was at the end of the meal, and she stood up and said, 'Darling, lunch was marvellous - respec,' and clicked her fingers."
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