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Meghan, Harry, William and Kate were all smiles as they walked alongside one another amidst family feud rumours on Tuesday.

Historically, it's rare that non-family members spend Christmas with the royals, with Meghan's appearance during last year's festivities being a notable exception.

There have been rumors of tension between the two couples recently after Harry and Meghan announced they are moving out of their cottage at Kensington Palace, where Will and Kate also live.

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry will not be staying under Duchess Katherine and Prince William's roof.

This time a year ago Kate was pregnant with her third child, Prince Louis.

The Duchess of Cornwall missed out due to a "heavy cold".

The 37-year-old - who is expecting her first child in the spring - wore a black dress, black coat and black knee high heeled boots for her second Sandringham Christmas Day church service.

Her Majesty was joined by all four of her children, princes Charles, Andrew and Edward and Princess Anne, as well as several of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, the latter with her new husband Jack Brooksbank, were also among the churchgoers.

They start off with a full English breakfast, before Prince Philip leads the stroll to the Church of St Mary Magdalene for the 16th century church's festive service.

It comes ahead of the Christmas Day service at Sandringham tomorrow, which is expected to see thousands descend on the estate to catch a glimpse of the Royal family.

"Meghan said she was excited, there wasn't long left to go".

In that spirit, Meghan and Kate may both have been wearing tailored coats and talking-point accessories as they attended the Christmas morning service at Sandringham, but the similarities stop there.

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