This Christmas marked Prince William and Duchess Kate's first as a family of four, and it looks like they made every moment matter.
On Sunday morning, the couple, along with the rest of the royal family, attended Church services in Sandringham.
The Duchess of Cambridge charmed the crowds, wearing a mauve tweed suit and a black hat with a floral appendage. Prince William donned a gray overcoat and carried a tall black umbrella in case of rain on the cloudy day.
Prince Harry and Prince Charles were also in attendance.
This is the second religious outing for the royals in just a couple of days. On Friday, the entire royal family, including Queen Elizabeth II, attended Christmas services at St. Mary Magdalene Church at the Queen's Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
For the Christmas service, Kate dazzled in a rich green coat and matching hat while William sported a red tie.
During both outings, the couple left 2-year-old George and 7-month-old Charlotte at home.
Prince William gushed earlier this month at the mention of the family's holiday plans.
"We'll go to church as a family on Christmas Day, as we always do," he told The Big Issue magazine. "Then we'll watch George try to tackle his presents as he tries to unwrap them. It's a very different experience at Christmas, having a family of your own."
Like Dads everywhere, William anticipated a buoyant Christmas Eve with a toddler and a baby.
"If I get any sleep on Christmas Eve, it'll be good!" he said at the time.
It's hard to tell if the Prince looks well-rested, though he certainly looks happy, as does the always fresh-faced Duchess.