Typically the entire royal family attends church at St. Mary Magdalene near Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham estate and William and Kate's country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk. This year, William and Kate, both 34, will enjoy Christmas in Bucklebury, Berkshire, at the home of Kate's parents, Michael and Carole Middleton.
Kate shared earlier this week that she will put teddy bears dressed as a Cub Scout, for George, and a Beaver Scout, for Charlotte, under the family's Christmas tree. Kate received the teddy bears Wednesday while helping the Cub Scouts celebrate their 100th anniversary at an event near the family's Norfolk home.
It appears Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 19 months, attended a Christmas show near their Norfolk home that includes animated reindeer, penguins and polar bears along with Santa and his elves.
Tracey Iliffe, choreographer of the Thursford Christmas Spectacular, tweeted Thursday about the royals' attendance at the show. Iliffe wrote in the since-deleted tweet, "So lovely the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte very much enjoyed watching our teddy bears followed by hugs #xmas."
William, Kate and George also attended the show in 2014. Prince George waited in line like other children to see Father Christmas while William and Kate looked on.
The couple, who have been enjoying the holidays at Harry's Kensington Palace cottage, were also spotted purchasing a Christmas tree and some mistletoe to get in the festive spirit.
It's unlikely that Markle would spend Christmas with the royal family. The "Suits" star has not yet been introduced to Prince Charles and royal convention typically only includes spouses of royal family members at the Christmas celebration.
Kate spent Christmas at her family's home in Bucklebury in 2010, shortly after her engagement to Prince William, and spent her first Christmas at Sandringham after their wedding.