Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge (R), his wife Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge (L), Prince George (2nd R) and Princess Charlotte arrive to attend the morning Christmas Day service at St Mark's Church.
The Duchess of Cambridge has gone behind the camera once again, photographing Princess Charlotte to mark her second birthday.
In the four photos that were released by Kensington Palace a year ago today, saw Charlotte enjoying family life at her home.
"The Duke and Duchess are very pleased to share this photograph as they celebrate Princess Charlotte's second birthday", read a statement from the palace.
Charlotte is pictured in a yellow sweater featuring baby sheep and a navy blue bow in her hair. Charlotte is too small to be seen in public often, past year we could see the adorable princess on a handful of occasions like Christmas Day and in Canada while the Cambridges' official tour.
Princess Charlotte turns 2 on Tuesday, but the public is getting a present a little early.
The image, which was taken by her mother the Duchess of Cambrigde, shows Charlotte playing outside.
In January, Kensington Palace announced the Cambridge's would be relocating back to London as they undertake more official engagements on behalf of the Queen.
Prince George posed with his newborn sister not too long after in this sweet portrait. He will start school in September.
In fact, it's becoming a tradition for the Cambridge children, the great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II and the grandchildren of her heir, Prince Charles the Prince of Wales.
The Cambridges will be spending more time at Kensington Palace in London when William leaves his air ambulance helicopter pilot job in the summer and devotes more time to royal duties.