It's the most wonderful time of the year for the Wales kids!
Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, all showed up to Royal Carols: Together at Christmas, the annual Westminster Abbey carol service hosted by their mom, Catherine, Princess of Wales. The event marked a rare, joint appearance from the trio, who were additionally accompanied by dad Prince William.
Other members of the royal family who attended service include Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, and Zara Tindall. Kate's relatives, younger sister Pippa and parents Carole and Michael Middleton, were also among the evening's guests.
This year's event puts the spotlight on those supporting the work of early childhood development, a cause long close to Kate's heart. Though the program was filmed on December 8, the service will not broadcast on U.K. networks until December 24.
Click ahead to see every adorable photo of the Waleses at the festive celebration.
The family arrived at Westminster Abbey hand-in-hand.
For the occasion, Kate stood out in a white monochromatic outfit composed of a long tailored coat, a knit blouse, and high-waisted Holland Cooper trousers.
Meanwhile, George and Louis matched with William in navy blue suits. And Charlotte looked ready for the holidays in a maroon coat dress with a plush fur-lined collar.
The Wales children were photographed dropping their letters to Santa in a red post box fixed outside of the Abbey.
The family was later seen exiting the Abbey, with each carrying a lit-up white tapered candle in their hands.
At one point, Louis adorably tried to blow out the flame of older sister Charlotte's candle.
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