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Times Kate Middleton Managed to Take Us by Surprise

22 December 2017, 01:28 | Jermaine Blake

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The royal family poses for

Every year, Britain's royal family picks out a "postcard perfect" picture that will go on their Christmas Card.

Kate Middleton is having a baby boy according to some royal observers, after seeing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 2017 Christmas card.

Reports say that the family photo was taken during the summer and right before Prince George's fourth birthday.

Prince George, meanwhile, wears his traditional shirt-and-shorts combo. Obviously, before she said "yes" to Prince William, Kate was aware of some of the truly weird things she'd have to do from time to time. Kate doesn't appear to be pregnant yet, or at least in the very early stages of her pregnancy, when the picture was shot.

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The royal family's 2017 Christmas Card photo may be their best snapshot to date, but fans were quick to point out one particularly odd aspect of the pic after it was released on Monday, Dec. 18.

The photograph shows the duke with his son, Prince George, standing immediately in front of him, while Charlotte stands with her mother. And of course, that's one of the many reasons we love her. Princess Charlotte, on the other hand, looks pretty cute in a blue-and-white printed frock dress, with matching, blue, buckled shoes. Following the announcement from Kensington Palace that Meghan Markle would be joining the royal family for Christmas this year at Sandringham, the bride-to-be attended another firm royal family fixture for the festive season this week - the Queen's annual Christmas lunch.

In the Christmas image Camilla is wearing a flower design necklace, described as a private piece, which complements her embroidered ivory dress, while Charles' dinner jacket is by Savile Row bespoke tailors Anderson & Sheppard.



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