Prince George Eating a Candy Cane After Church Will Make Your Day

Prince George Eating a Candy Cane After Church Will Make Your Day

Kerry Wise
December 27, 2016

Princess Charlotte and Prince George joined their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, for church on Christmas Day, and the whole family looked absolutely flawless.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte spread some Christmas cheer after earning a special treat from their parents following Sunday morning's church service.

According to Independent.ie - citing an interview from Closer magazine - Kate Middleton and Prince William have been "slowly making a couple of changes each year" towards the goal of Kate to "make Christmas more of a close family occasion and less of a formal one".

The Queen may have missed the annual Christmas Day service at Sandringham due to a heavy cold, but other members of the royal family were on hand to keep the tradition going yesterday.

The family was at St Mark's church in Englefield to celebrate the holiday with the Middleton family.

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Danny Martindale-GC Images/Getty ImagesPrincess Charlotte and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend Church in St Marks' Church in Englefield, Berkshire, on December 25, 2016. In previous years, he and Princess Charlotte have been absent from the proceedings.

Pippa Middleton also joined the ceremony with fiancé James Matthews.

The royal family had a wonderful and festive Christmas celebration over the weekend! The Queen stood out as a notable absentee, staying at Sandringham Palace to recover from the heavy cold that disrupted travel plans earlier this week.

Savannah Phillips, Autumn Phillips, Prince Harry, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Princess Eugenie and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend a Christmas Day church service at Sandringham in King's Lynn, England. Prior to this, she attended Church at Windsor.