The Royal Family Christmas Card Takes Matching To The Next Level — PHOTO
Well, folks, the most anticipated Christmas card of the year has been released, and no, I’m not talking about the Kardashian/Jenners. The royal family Christmas card is here, and it takes family coordination to the next level in terms of fashion. That’s right — the royal holiday greeting is better than the rest of ours (go figure) and it’s all because of their matching skills.
They couldn’t look any cuter posed on the lawn of Kensington Palace. Mother, father and son are all wearing blue hues, meanwhile Princess Charlotte is stealing the spotlight in a pink number, naturally. Middleton and the little ones are all smiling at the camera while Prince William fondly looks at his wife, and the moment couldn’t be any sweeter. The one thing that makes this picture even better is that, once again, Prince George has his socks pulled up high. You’ve got to love his adorable the look is on him. Seeing this card, I could just cry due to the amount of pure Christmas joy I'm feeling.
See the holiday greetings from the beloved royal family along with seven other times they’ve matched impeccably well. When it comes to photo ops, nobody does it quite as well as they do.
Aren't you just feeling all happy warm inside looking at this?
1. Blue & White Play Date
Mommy and son couldn't be cuter while wearing matching blue and white on a play date.
2. Baby Blue
Middleton wears a light blue color that matches the blue in Prince William's suit. I bet that took some planning.
3. Sibling Matching
Brother and sister aren't so bad at the whole matchy, matchy thing either in their all-white ensembles.
4. Father & Son Coordination
Aren't they just adorable in their sweaters?
5. Pops Of Color
The red in Prince William's tie matches Prince George's sweater. How cute is that?
6. Blue Boys
These two really love wearing blue. It's even better when they do it together.
7. Mom & Son Matching Moment
Middleton wears blue to match her son, too.
Aren't they just the most perfect family?