Kate and William share a drawing of Prince George for Christmas

The Prince and Princess of Wales shared a drawing of their eldest son Prince George, 9, over the festive season.

After unveiling their Christmas card, Kate and William shared a drawing of their son Georges on social media. With the theme, date requires, Christmas. 9-year-old George’s drawing depicts a reindeer with a snowy nose. On his antlers and his shoulder, two little robins take it easy.

The Prince and Princess of Wales took advantage of this sharing to wish a “Merry Christmas”. With their three, George, Charlotte and Louis, Kate and William are spending the holidays in Norfolk.

Prince George’s last public appearance dates back to December 15, when he accompanied his parents and sister Charlotte to Westminster Abbey for a Christmas mass hosted by Kate.

After this stay in Norfolk, the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children will be invited by King Charles III and Queen Camilla for lunch at Sandringham House, as tradition dictates.

These Christmas celebrations conclude a difficult year for the British royal family, marked by the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8 at the age of 96.

For the first time in his reign, it is Charles III who will deliver the traditional Christmas message from the Saint-Georges chapel. It will be broadcast this Sunday at 3 p.m. (French time).

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