Proof Prince Louis did attend Queen’s Christmas lunch with rest of Royal Family

The Royal Family kicked off their festive celebrations with the Queen’s annual Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.

The special event, which is normally attended by about 50 members of the family, gives the monarch a chance to celebrate with relatives who aren’t travelling to Norfolk to spend the big day with her.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and George and Charlotte were the among the guests at the lavish event, as well as the rest of the Queen’s children and great-grandchildren.

Many royal fans were concerned one of the newest Royal arrivals didn’t get to enjoy the festivities, as they couldn’t see little Prince Louis in Kate and William’s car.

But on closer inspection it appears he did attend, as there appears to be a car seat strapped into middle row of seats.

In another photo of the Cambridges’ nanny Maria Borrallo can be seen looking down at the car seat and smiling sweetly.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrived separately in their Audi, with a bag of presents on the back seat.

The senior royals, including the Charles, Camilla, Kate, William, Harry and Meghan will travel to Sandringham over the next couple of days to spend Christmas Day with Queen.

The monarch has already made the journey, arriving at King’s Lynn station in a brown coat earlier this afternoon.

The Royal family will attend their traditional church service on Christmas morning before heading back to the estate for their private celebrations.

They open their presents on Christmas Eve, and always exchange cheap jokey gifts.

It’s Louis first Christmas, and we’re sure the family will make sure it’s extra special for the little prince.

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