Buckingham Palace is getting into the holiday spirit!
On Wednesday, the royal family gathered at the palace for Queen Elizabeth's annual Christmas lunch. Although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not present, it seems that everyone else — from Kate Middleton and Prince William (and their three children!) to Princess Eugenie and the Tindalls — attended Her Majesty's festive celebration.
Prince William arrived separately with Prince George, while the Duchess of Cambridge (in festive Emilia Wickstead!) arrived with her two youngest children in-tow.
Photographers even got a rare glimpse of an adorable Prince Louis in the back of his mother's car as the duchess arrived on the palace grounds. The royal, who will turn two in April, was most recently spotted at the crown's Trooping the Colour celebrations this summer, where he made his big balcony debut!
Also in attendance at today's celebration were Princess Beatrice, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, although Prince Philip, 98, has not been spotted.
The royal family will be continuing their holiday celebrations at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, where they'll share gag gifts with each other in lieu of expensive presents (rumor has it that Kate once gave Harry a "Grow Your Own Girlfriend" kit years ago) and walk to church together on Christmas day.