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    Prince and Princess of Wales take Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, to Lapland UK

    A very festive royal day out! Prince and Princess of Wales are spotted taking Prince George and Charlotte to Lapland UK alongside nanny Maria

    The Prince and Princess of Wales have enjoyed a family outing to Lapland UK with their two eldest Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

    Prince William and Kate, both 40, were seen leaving the Ascot-based Christmas-themed park by an eagle-eyed fan, who shared a photograph of the royal group to Instagram. 

    The royal couple were pictured with George, nine, and Charlotte, seven, as well as their Norland nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. It’s unclear if Prince Louis, four, also joined them for the outing.

    Appearing low-key, Kate opted for a coffee-coloured wrap coat, teamed with brown Chelsea boots and a navy beanie hat, while William sported blue jeans, a padded jacket and a matching green flat cap. 

    The Prince and Princess of Wales have enjoyed a family outing to Lapland UK with their two eldest Prince George and Princess Charlotte (pictured together on Christmas Day)

    Charlotte, dressed in a blue jacket and red trousers, George and William all carried a cuddly toy when leaving the festive attraction in December.

    Meanwhile George wore a blue padded coat, jeans and a patterned beanie hat for the outing with his parents to the Christmas theme park, which boasts a toy factory, magical forest and reindeer. 

    The news of their outing comes after the family spent Christmas at Sandringham with King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and the rest of the Royal Family.

    Kate beamed as she held her youngest son, four-year-old Prince Louis‘s hand while she walked along with William, George and Charlotte on the way to St Mary Magdalene Church on the Norfolk Estate on Christmas Day. 

    The royal couple were pictured with George, nine, and Charlotte (pictured on December 15 at the Together at Christmas carol service), seven, as well as their Norland nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. It's unclear if Prince Louis, four, also joined them for the outing

    The royal couple were pictured with George, nine, and Charlotte (pictured on December 15 at the Together at Christmas carol service), seven, as well as their Norland nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. It’s unclear if Prince Louis, four, also joined them for the outing

    The mother-of-three looked typically stylish in a festive, recycled coat, believed to be from British designer Alexander McQueen.

    She paired the statement garment with a Philip Treacy hat containing a feather and eye-catching earrings from French brand Sézane as the group walked to the service. 

    The thrifty royal recycled the military-style coat to attend an engagement at Bradford City Hall in January 2020, shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they were stepping down as senior royals. 

    For the Christmas outing, the Princess paired her structured coat with bespoke knee-high black heeled boots from Gianvito Rossi.

    The news of their outing comes after the family spent Christmas at Sandringham with King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and the rest of the Royal Family. Pictured, Kate

    The news of their outing comes after the family spent Christmas at Sandringham with King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and the rest of the Royal Family. Pictured, Kate 

    She wore her thick brunette locks down and cascading down her shoulders, brushed away from her face and opted for minimal make-up to enhance her natural beauty. 

    The Princess of Wales beamed with happiness as she walked to the service alongside her husband, ahead of the other members of the Royal Family. 

    She looked elegant in her festive get-up as she waved to the well-wishers who travelled to Norfolk. 

    It was the Royal Family’s first Christmas at Sandringham in two years after the late Queen stayed in Windsor for the 2020 and 2021 festive period due to the coronavirus pandemic – and the first time the family spent the holidays without the late monarch. 

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