Prince Louis Holds Cousin’s Hand at Christmas Service


Adorable Moment Caught on Camera

Prince Louis stole the show on Christmas Day as he gripped his cousin's hand while following his father, Prince William, into a church service. The heartwarming photos show Louis holding onto Mia Tindall's hand tightly as they joined the rest of the royal family for the holiday service.

A Royal Family Affair

The young royals, accompanied by their mother, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, followed King Charles III and Queen Camilla into St Mary Magdalene's Church on the Sandringham Estate. Princess Charlotte and Prince George were also seen walking alongside their younger brother and cousin.

A Private Celebration

The Christmas Day service was a private and intimate gathering for the royal family. After the church service, the senior royals made their way to another public church service, where they posed for photos and waved to excited fans.

A Traditional Christmas Dinner

Following the church services, the royal family will return to Sandringham for a traditional Christmas dinner. Former chef to the Queen, Darren McGrady, revealed that the menu includes a full English breakfast for some members of the family, while "married women" have a lighter meal brought to their rooms. The lunch menu features salad with shrimp or lobster, followed by turkeys and Christmas pudding.

A Festive Christmas Eve

The Princess of Wales, Kate, led a Christmas Eve special at Westminster Abbey, attended by her family and famous music stars. Prince William gave a bible reading, and the three royal children, including Prince Louis, joined in singing Joy to the World. The theme of the event was "children and families," aligning with Kate's Shaping Us project to support children under 5 years old.