Prince William and Princess Kate Shine with Their Kids in 2023 Christmas Card

The Wales family looked picture-perfect in a stunning new black and white photo for their 2023 Christmas card.

The snap, captured by photographer Josh Shinner earlier this year on the Windsor grounds, depicts Prince William, Princess Kate, and their three children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5. The family of five posed for a classic portrait in which Princess Charlotte sits in a leather chair surrounded by her brothers and parents. The royal family all wore smart white button downs and black sneakers, with the princesses in jeans and the princes in black trousers.

“Our family Christmas card for 2023 🎄❤️,” the Prince and Princess of Wales captioned their post.

Kensington Palace dropped the holiday card a day after Kate hosted her third annual Royal Carols: Together at Christmas, a community carol service held at Westminster Abbey. The event saw the rare attendance of the entire Wales family (meaning we got plenty of new cheeky photos of Prince Louis), as well royals like Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. Kate’s relatives, parents Carole and Michael Middleton and younger sister Pippa Middleton, were also amongst the event’s guest list.

Back in 2021, Kate hosted her first-ever carol program in order to honor “the incredible work of individuals and [organizations] across the nation who have stepped up to support their communities through the pandemic.”

This year, she shifted the spotlight to focus on those working in the realm of early childhood development, a cause that has long been close to the Princess of Wales’s heart. The celebration also saw several guest appearances from stars like Jacob Collier, Freya Ridings, James Bay, Beverley Knight, and Adam Lambert.

Royal Carols will broadcast on U.K. networks ITV1 and ITVX on December 24.

As an associate editor at HarpersBAZAAR.com, Chelsey keeps a finger on the pulse on all things celeb news. She also writes on social movements, connecting with activists leading the fight on workers’ rights, climate justice, and more. Offline, she’s probably spending too much time on TikTok, rewatching Emma (the 2020 version, of course), or buying yet another corset.