Prince George and Princess Charlotte Are Positively Precious as Royals Attend Church on Christmas

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The littlest British royals stole the show on Christmas morning while walking to church in Englefield, England, near Kate Middleton's childhood home in Bucklebury.

Kate, Prince William, 3-year-old Prince George and 1-year-old Princess Charlotte brought the Christmas cheer while heading to St. Mark's church with the Middleton family.

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Flawless as usual, Kate donned a belted burgundy coat with coordinating fur trim while William looked dapper in a suit and navy blue peacoat. Cutest of all were the royal tots, with George in a knee-length Pepa & Co. gray coat and navy socks, while Charlotte wore a black coat, red tights and matching hair bow.

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George and Charlotte were both spotted outside the church enjoying a classic Christmas treat -- peppermint candy canes.

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While the family typically spends the holiday at Sandringham, Queen Elizabeth II's winter estate, the family opted to travel south to Bucklebury, as the queen is currently battling a heavy cold and was unable to attend her annual Christmas church service.

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