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See All the Photos of the Royal Family Attending Church on Christmas Day

The festive outing is an annual tradition.
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The Queen is nothing if not a stickler for tradition, and this morning, the members of her family took their annual Christmas walk to attend church services at St. Mary Magdelene in Sandringham. See all the photos of the festive outing here.

The "Fab Four" walking in together.


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Meghan and Kate having a chat on the walk in.


Here's a full look at both of their outfits.


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Kate chose a festive red coat for the church services, while Meghan arrived in a full navy blue look.

Everyone having a laugh with Prince Charles. Unfortunately, Camilla did not attend services today.


Here's the Queen arriving at church this morning.


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Prince Edward and his family on Christmas morning.


Peter Phillips just arrived with his daughters Isla and Savannah.


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Zara and Mike Tindall arrived for the walk hand in hand.


Here's Princess Beatrice smiling for the camera alongside Autumn Phillips.


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Newlyweds Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank on their way in to church.


Princess Anne on the festive walk.


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The Queen attended church solo this morning; Prince Philip spent the day 'privately.'


Meghan greets the crowds who lined the walk.


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Meghan shaking hands with well-wishers.


Leaving the Christmas church services.


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Duchess Kate receives a bouquet of flowers.


Duchess Kate greets the crowds.


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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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