Zara and Mike Tindall were all smiles on Christmas Day alongside their daughter Lena, four.
The royal pair were snapped arriving at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, along with the rest of the Royal family.
Mum-of-three Zara, 41, dazzled in a marl grey belted coat, paired with a burgundy fascinator and matching shoes with black high-neck dress.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’s Mike, 44, stuck with the grey theme and came dressed in a two-piece suit, white shirt and bold printed tie.
Their youngest daughter Lena looked adorable in a red coat – not hugely dissimilar from Princess Charlotte’s.
Their daughter Mia, eight, was also in attendance.
Mike and Zara’s one year old son Lucas wasn’t there as he’s too young.
Ahead of Christmas Day, doting dad Mike shared what his youngest wanted for Christmas – a bag of frozen peas.
The former rugby champ turned royal discussed Christmas gifts on his podcast The Good, The Bad & The Rugby with co-stars Alex Payne and James Haskell.
James, 37, who welcomed his first child with wife Chloe Madeley earlier this year, joked that their daughter Bodhi "a box with wrapping paper in it" for the first couple of years of her life.
Responding to this, Mike joked about his one year old son's Christmas gifts: "I tell you what you can do – just get a bag of frozen peas, because that's all that Lucas wants. Pull the freezer out, bag of frozen peas, pour it on the floor.”
While Lucas wasn’t there today, Prince Louis, four, made his Sandringham debut and flashed a cheeky smile at the cameras as he headed into the church.
For the occasion, the youngest member of the Wales family donned a double-breasted coat, paired with shorts, knee-high socks and black shoes.
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte, seven, appeared to recycle her beautiful burgundy jacket from her mother's festive carol service.
Big brother George, nine, matched with Prince William in a tailored jacket paired with a white shirt and blue tie.
Louis’ “starring role” comes after the four year old caught the eyes of the public during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee back in June.
Louis' antics – including pulling cheeky faces, covering his ears with his hands and shushing his mother – were certainly memorable moments from the celebrations.
His parents even wrote in a statement at the time: “We all had an incredible time, especially Louis.”
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