It features a beaming Duke and Duchess of Cambridge alongside their children, Prince George, age eight, Princess Charlotte, age six, and Prince Louis, three.
The card shows the family vacationing in Jordan and will be sent to family, friends and charities as part of an annual Christmas tradition.
Jordan has a special meaning for the family as it is where Kate spent part of her childhood, where her father worked as a dispatcher for British Airways.
Prince William visited the country in 2018, shortly after Louis was born.
He said about Kate’s experience in the country: “The exchange between our two countries is real and profound: work, study, tourism and family ties.
The caption on Cambridges’ social media accounts read: “It’s a pleasure to share a new family picture, which appears on this year’s Christmas card.”
“Our historic ties and friendship are played out in the lives of thousands of people who consider the two countries their home.”
Days after Kate said how the pandemic showed the “importance of just being together” as she performed a festive Christmas carol concert.
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The Duchess, in a moving message about “how powerful the human connection is for all of us,” reflected on the “countless ‘and previously unimaginable ‘challenges’ of Covid’s crisis.
She described the “heartbreaking isolation of those we love the most” in the program’s booklet for her special service.
Kate looked chic in an olive green dress, while William opted for an elegant casual look in a polo shirt and shorts.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis showed they are following in their mother’s footsteps with a love for street fashion in the family’s Christmas portrait released yesterday.
A family vacation in the desert with Dad in shorts, young people in their summer attire and Mom showing off her tan glow is the theme of this year’s greeting from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who delighted fans with a family portrait taken in a secret trip to Jordan earlier this year.
Princess Charlotte looked all grown up as she sat on a stool in a £25.99 Mango cotton dress. She and Prince Louis wore the same shoes, a pair of Trotters sneakers that cost £28.
Meanwhile, Prince George smiled as he posed in a £14.95 GAP camouflage T-shirt and gray shorts.
Prince Louis sat cross-legged at the front in a 32lb Rachel Riley striped polo shirt – a larger version of the brand’s Prince George blouse during an official visit to Sydney’s Taronga Zoo when he was nine months old. old, as well as non-lace sneakers from Hampton Canvas, which were worn by his older brother and sister.
Princess Charlotte frequently showcases clothing from trendy but upscale stores including Zara and Ralph Lauren, as well as Italian designer Nicoletta Fanna and Spanish label Fina Ejerique.
She often wears a traditional dress style in fun floral prints and striped patterns during royal outings.
Designer Rachel Riley has previously said that Princess Charlotte is destined to follow in the footsteps of her mother Kate Middleton and become ‘a style icon’.