Britain's royals release their Christmas cards - and they couldn't be more different

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Er, it's doubtful that Meghan and Harry had some secret agenda while picking this photo for their Christmas card, but Samantha's offended nonetheless. Doria has also previously gone for tea with the Queen at Windsor ahead of the royal wedding in May, and also got on well with Prince Charles on the big day itself.

The card's caption reads: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to share a photograph from their Reception at Frogmore House on May, 19".

The royal family have released their official Christmas cards, and they're all adorable. The never-before-seen photo shows the royal pair holding hands as they look at at a stunning firework display. "The photograph, taken by Matt Porteous, shows The Duke and Duchess with their three children at Anmer Hall".

Royal sibs Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis have all shared before (remember their baptism gown?) but Charlotte also snagged one of George's fashion staples for their family's Christmas card this year.

A lot has changed since the royals got together last Christmas
Chris Jackson GETTY IMAGESA lot has changed since the royals got together last Christmas

Middleton's mom, Carole Middleton, told the Telegraph earlier this month that she puts a Christmas tree in each grandchild's room in her home "so that they can decorate it themselves". The three-year-old princess looks sweet as can be in a blue sweater and denim skirt, while George - in an energetic stance! - wears grey jeans, a green sweater and rubber boots.

Prince Charles and Camilla unveiled their photo, too. In fact, according to the Sun newspaper, Meghan and prince Harry will not be together for Christmas morning.

This marks Meghan's first appearance on a royal Christmas card.

Since it was announced she and Prince Harry were moving out of Kensington Palace, multiple reports have claimed Meghan is responsible for a rift between the two brothers and had been "demanding" towards staff.

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