Royal 'Fab Four' spotted at Christmas Day service

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Princess Beatrice and Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall also attended the church service.

While walking inside the gates to Sandringham Estate, you can see Meghan put her hand gently behind Kate's back and walk inside with her.

Karen Anvil, 40, took the picture of Meghan Markle stroking her bump at Sandringham where a year ago she captured Princes Harry and William with Kate and Meghan greeting wellwishers.

She told a royal fan that the youngsters had been up "very early" opening their gifts, as the adults arrived for church today.

Among the crowds this year was Karen Anvil, 40, from Watlington, Norfolk, who managed to snap a great picture of the Royals smiling as they left church last Christmas Day.

Meanwhile, her sister-in-law wore a festive red ensemble, donning a red Catherine Walker coat with dark red trim along with coordinating heels, gloves and hat.

Now she's had a year to hone the skill and her deep curtsy at St Mary Magdalene on December 25 showed the fruits of her practice.

The expert said that Prince Harry, just like most men, may stay silent and internalize the pain they are feeling for fear of being called too needy.

While we don't know what the Duchess had in her trolley, she previously gifted the then-single Prince Harry a grow-your-own-girlfriend kit.

British tabloids have been dominated by gossipy stories claiming that Kate, 36, and Meghan, 37, don't get along, or that Will, 36, and Harry, 34, are on the outs, or that relations are so bad that Harry and Meghan are moving away from the Cambridges at Kensington Palace to live in Windsor.

Meghan and Harry are expecting their first child in the spring.

  • Gwendolyn Kim