The British royal family, as they do every year before the holidays, showed off the images on their Christmas cards.
King Charles III chose a photo from this year's coronation ceremony with Queen Camilla. Princes William and Kate opted for a black and white look that featured all three of their children dressed casually.
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What are Charles and Camilla wearing?
King Charles III and Queen Camilla shared a photo from the throne room at Buckingham Palace taken on May 6, in which they are wearing robes and crowns.
The King appears wearing the Imperial State Crown, Coronation Tunic and a special robe of crimson silk velvet embroidered with gold, similar to that worn by King George VI in 1937.
The Queen's dress was designed and hand embroidered at the Royal Ede and Ravenscroft School of Needlework.
Prince Louis looks nothing like his family in the photo
Instead, the Prince and Princess of Wales chose a black and white photo of their family, showing their three children sitting on a chair next to Princess Charlotte. They all wear white shirts, Catherine and her daughter Charlotte prefer jeans, and 10-year-old Prince George and the Prince of Wales wear long black trousers.
As expected, Prince Louis (5), known for his cheerful personality, opted for shorts and trainers without socks. The photo was taken by Yorkshire-based photographer Josh Schinner, known for his portraits of stars such as Florence Pugh, Jodie Comer and Sam Smith.
Prince Charles was crowned on May 6, 2023.
This year, the coronation ceremony of King Charles and Queen Camilla took place at Westminster Abbey. The event brought together hundreds of heads of state, kings and queens from around the world, celebrities, family members and close friends of the couple.
After the coronation, thousands of people gathered to see the two on the palace balcony. With them were the Prince and Princess of Wales with their children, accompanied by pages and ladies-in-waiting.
It has become a tradition for members of the royal family to release official festive images, which they include in their Christmas cards to friends, family and colleagues.