Kate Middleton and Prince William officially reveal heartwarming family Christmas card – days after it was leaked online

KATE Middleton and Prince William’s highly-anticipated Christmas card for this year has been officially unveiled, days after it was leaked online.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge can be seen beaming outside on a bench, with their three adorable children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two. 

The sweet Christmas card was taken in the autumn by photographer Matt Porteous at the family’s Norfolk home, Anmer Hall. 

This followed Clarence House releasing the Christmas card of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, which was taken in the early autumn at Birkhall, Scotland, by a member of their staff.

While the whole Cambridge family are beaming the shot, it is little Prince Louis who steals the show in the leaked festive card. 

Their youngest child can be seen laughing happily as he is cuddled by his devoted parents. 

Meanwhile Princess Charlotte is sitting on her 38-year-old mum’s knee, with Prince George perched next to William, 38.

The photo has been taken outside with a pile of wood behind them, with the family looking warm in cosy winter clothes. 

The leaked card had the message “To all the amazing NHS staff. Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and New Year."

For last year’s Christmas card, Kate cuddled up to William as Louis, Charlotte and George played on a vintage motorbike.

And the year before, the sweet family-of-five beamed in autumnal bliss outside their Norfolk home.

Royal fans were also treated to Kate and William and the three kids stepping out at the pantomime last week. 

The family-of-five walked arm in arm together on the red carpet at the London Palladium to thank key workers.

They were treated to a performance of Pantoland starring Elaine Page and Julian Clary alongside Covid-19 hero bin men, NHS staff, delivery drivers and charity volunteers.

It is believed to be the first time the family has been to panto and in the royal box together.

Prince William gave a speech hailing sacrifices made by key workers during the pandemic saying the nation owes a "debt of gratitude".

He also paid tribute to Dame Barbara Windsor describing the late actress as a "giant of the entertainment world" and a "legend on pantomime stages across the country".

The royal added: "I know we’ll all miss her hugely."

Previously, Kate Middleton & William ‘bring people to tears’ penning heartfelt ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas poem for key workers.

And we previously shared how Kate secretly volunteered during coronavirus with phone calls to lonely pensioner.

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