Mia Tindall holds hands with Prince Louis as they join Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Sandringham church service on Christmas Day

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Written By Maya Cantina

Prince Louis sweetly held hands with his second cousin Mia Tindall, nine,  as he joined the rest of the royal family at Sandringham on Christmas Day.

Little Louis, five, was joined by Prince George, 10,  Princess Charlotte, eight, as well as the Prince and Princess of Wales at Sandringham for Christmas.

Mia’s sister Lena, five, walked behind the Wales’ holding hands with her parents Zara and Mike. Her younger brother Lucas, two, stayed at home.

Holding hands with her mother, Princess Charlotte looked festive in a bottle green coat with her hair tied back into plaits.

Meanwhile, George, walking solo, appeared very grown up in a smart suit.

Prince Louis sweetly held hands with his second cousin Mia Tindall as he joined the rest of the royal family at Sandringham on Christmas Day

Louis held hands with his cousin as they walked into the church service

Louis held hands with his cousin as they walked into the church service

The Wales were joined by Mia Tindall, the daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall

 The Wales were joined by Mia Tindall, the daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall

Big cousin Lena appeared to look after young Louis as they walked hand in hand into the church

Big cousin Lena appeared to look after young Louis as they walked hand in hand into the church

Mia and Louis appeared to be the best of friends as they headed to church

Cousins at Christmas! The pair walked hand in hand together

Mia and Louis appeared to be the best of friends as they headed to church

The king and queen walked side by side as they headed into the church

The king and queen walked side by side as they headed into the church

Kate looked effortlessly chic in a blue coat with navy accessories

Kate looked effortlessly chic in a blue coat with navy accessories 

Louis meanwhile held hands with both Prince William and Mia Tindall, the daughter of William’s cousin Zara. 

Adorable Prince Louis – who often steals the limelight with his cheeky displays – took part in his first ever Christmas Day walkabout last year. 

Today, he opted for tweed trousers and a navy coat.

Joining the king and queen was the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Zara and Mike Tindall and Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed in California. 

The Princess of Wales beamed with happiness as she walked to the service alongside her husband, ahead of the other members of the Royal Family. 

She looked elegant in her festive get-up as she waved to the well-wishers who have travelled to Norfolk today. 

Hundreds of well-wishers have been queuing since the early hours to catch a glimpse of the royals, and waved excitedly as the King and Queen Consort made their way to the church.  

Prince Harry has remained in the US with Meghan and their two children Archie and Lilibet – despite recent hopes of a thaw in relations between King Charles and his youngest son. 

Kate opted for a bright blue coat while Charlotte look smart in a green number with woollen tights

Kate opted for a bright blue coat while Charlotte look smart in a green number with woollen tights

Charles and Camilla lead the way down to church followed by their family

Charles and Camilla lead the way down to church followed by their family

The duke and duchess of Edinburgh opted for tweed tones as they headed into the service

The duke and duchess of Edinburgh opted for tweed tones as they headed into the service

The Wales family - followed the King and Queen - while the rest of the Firm walked behind

The Wales family – followed the King and Queen – while the rest of the Firm walked behind

Sarah Ferguson wrapped up warm in a bottle green outfit

Sarah Ferguson wrapped up warm in a bottle green outfit

Beautiful in blue! Kate looked effortlessly chic in the blue number

Beautiful in blue! Kate looked effortlessly chic in the blue number

Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence walked into church

Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence walked into church

The royal festivities usually start when everyone arrives on Christmas Eve. The family open presents, some of which are gag gifts – one of the Royal Family’s traditions. 

The family then attend services at Saint Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas morning.  Once they get home Christmas lunch is served, followed by afternoon games. 

Last Christmas the royals experienced their biggest change for decades as they celebrated their first festive period without Queen Elizabeth II, who had passed away just a few months earlier. 

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