The Royal Family is getting into the Christmas spirit.
Tonight, a group of royals made their way to a carol service in London. The show, called Together At Christmas, was filmed for a TV special that will premiere on Christmas Eve. Here are photos of the royals in attendance!
Royal Family attends Christmas carol service: Photos
Prince William and Duchess Kate were the headline guests. They weren't joined by their three children, but Kate's siblings and their parents Michael and Carole did attend. William and Kate also met some special guests outside the event: reindeer!
Sophie, Countess of Wessex, attended the holiday event without husband Prince Edward and their children. Other notable absences included Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, and Queen Elizabeth II — who didn't make the trip in from Windsor.
More family members appeared in a festive mood as they attended at the holiday service. Here are Zara and husband Mike Tindall looking sharp outside Westminster Abbey.
New mother Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi made a rare new appearance at the service. The couple welcomed daughter Sienna Elizabeth in September, but they enjoyed the night out without their 2-month-old.
The carol service Together At Christmas was held at Westminster Abbey in London. Footage from the show will feature in a special airing on ITV on Christmas Eve.
The TV special has actually been at the centre of some drama. Typically, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge partner with the BBC on holiday content, but they switched to ITV this year.
The decision came after the Palace was unhappy with how the BBC handled a film about Prince William, his brother Prince Harry, and the British press.
The Christmas service also came after Prince William hosted an awards ceremony at Kensington Palace on Tuesday.