Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined their parents for Queen Elizabeth's annual Christmas lunch for the first time this year.
Last year, it was just the royal toddler who attended the royal family's pre-Christmas traditional meal, but this time around, the whole family was pictured entering Buckingham Palace.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth hosts the event every year for her children, grandchildren and other senior royals, but the only pictures from the day are grainy shots taken as the royals drive their Range Rovers through the gates of the palace.
Little George, who has already been "naughty" opening his Christmas presents early, was visible from the backseat and looked comfortable with the awaiting crowds as he sat next to mother Kate Middleton and sister Charlotte.
Prince Harry, minus girlfriend Meghan Markle, was sitting in the front seat as his brother Prince William drove.
Also spotted were Zara and Mike Tindall, presumably with little Mia in the back, Prince Charles and Camilla and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
The lunch is considered the official start of Christmas celebrations for the royal family as the 90-year-old monarch will descend on Sandringham Estate today to begin festivities there and prepare for Christmas Day where her family will gather.
This year, however, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will instead will be celebrating with the Middleton family and have even chosen to attend a shoot near their family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire, over Prince Philip's annual shoot on St Stephen's Day.