Turning the volume up for the jingles and bells, through their year's Christmas card the British Royal family has amped-up the holiday ferment.
Although no ugly sweaters, Santa hat or a Christmas tree at sight, the Royal Family card is oozing of sophistication, grace, and smiles.
For the non-Christmas-sy, Christmas cards that are taken at their country house, Anmer Hall, amid the British autumn, the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Williams along with their three kids - Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George pose against a warm backdrop of fall, with wide smiles.
The Christmas card of Prince Charles and Camilla is of the couple sitting on a bench in a park, at their Clarence House. Although the couple made it more Christmas-sy on the Instagram of Clarence House, captioning it as "Here is this year’s official Christmas card from The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. The photograph was taken by Hugo Burnand in the garden of Clarence House this summer.
While, Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex kept the festive red and white at bay choosing a gray-scale photograph from their wedding, as they wrap their arms around each other with their backs to the camera, watching fireworks at the Frogmore House.
Prior to the official holiday card, the Royal Family shared the royal Christmas preparations in full-swing through their official Instagram -
On December 5, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a Christmas Party at Kensington Palace for families and children of deployed personnel from RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham serving in Cyprus. Through their official Instagram handle, Prince William said, "I can’t imagine how it feels when your loved ones are away on active service over Christmas or at those special family moments." The Duchess of Cambridge said. “We are really looking forward to flying to Cyprus tomorrow and meeting some of the mums and dads of the little ones we have met today. I am sure they will be thrilled with all your cards and gifts, so thank you for posting them today.” – The Duchess of Cambridge added.
The Duchess of Cornwall too invited children who are supported by Helen & Douglas House and Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity to help decorate the Christmas tree, have lunch and meet reindeers Dancer and Blitzen at Clarence House on December 7.
The handled shared a picture from the Queen's official residence in Scotland dolled up with a vividly lit Christmas tree.