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Published: Mon, December 26, 2016
World | By Tasha Manning

Prince George & Princess Charlotte Enjoy Christmas Day Candy Canes at Church Service!

Prince George & Princess Charlotte Enjoy Christmas Day Candy Canes at Church Service!

The couple are understood to think that the little ones will enjoy a more relaxed festive occasion at the Middletons' home rather than the formalities which will be in place at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

Meanwhile, just half an hour's drive from Englefield, Prime Minister Theresa May attended a Christmas Day church service with her husband, Philip.

For Prince George and Princess Charlotte, it was their first Christmas service as children do not attend the royal church service.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte looked precious with candy canes in tow as they accompanied parents Kate Middleton and Prince William to St. Mark's Church in Bucklebury, the duchess' hometown, for Christmas services Sunday morning.

They were joined by the Middleton family - Kate's mother Carole, father Michael, sister Pippa and bother James - for the service, and Miss Middleton's fiance, financier James Matthews, was also present.

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The couple followed their regular routine visiting St Andrew's Church in Sonning. 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.

Following the service, the prime minister said she would be attending an event laid on by the churches for the elderly in her Maidenhead constituency, before cooking a goose for Christmas dinner at home. "Her Majesty will participate in the royal family Christmas celebrations during the day".

For the Christmas outing to church, William wore a red tie which toned in with the colour of his wife's coat.

Prince Harry, Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall were among those who wrapped up against the wind to fearless it to St Mary Magdalene Church.

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