Prince George and Princess Charlotte spread some Christmas cheer after earning a special treat from their parents following Sunday morning's church service.
The royal children looked adorable with their candy canes as they emerged with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge following a Christmas service at St. Mark's church in Englefield.
Prince George, 3, sucked on his sweet treat, while Princess Charlotte, 2, decided to use her candy cane to dig into the ground instead. George wore a knee-length coat with matching socks, while his sister sported red tights and a matching bow to go with her dark coat.
This was the first Christmas mass for the royal children, who were not in attendance for previous services held at the royal family's traditional church in Sandringham.
Prince William and Duchess Kate broke with tradition to spend the holidays with her family, the Middletons, including her parents, two siblings, and sister Pippa's fiance, James Matthews.
The other members of the royal family gathered at their annual service in Sandringham, Queen Elizabeth's winter estate, which is 170 miles from the Middletons' home in the village of Bucklebury.
Queen Elizabeth, 90, did not attend the service while recovering from a cold, according to the palace.
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