Kate Middleton has reportedly got big plans for baby Prince George's first ever Christmas, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expected to celebrate the festive period with their entire two families on the Queen's Sandrigham estate in Norfolk.
Kate, Prince William and five-month-old George will head up to the royals' much-loved country retreat followed by the Middleton clan, Prince Charles and Prince Harry for a royal Christmas to remember.
'It's hugely important to Kate and William that her family is with them,' a royal insider told Life& Style. Expected to be joined by 30 close family members, the royals will no doubt revel in being able to celebrate baby George's first Christmas after the new parents chose to spend last year with Kate's family only.
'Kate and William are hugely excited about the festive season and even though George will be only five months old, they know this is a time they'll cherish forever.'
Surrounded by his doting relatives, the tiny future King will get his first glimpse of the Queen's 18-foot pine Christmas tree, which she is thought to decorate herself each year.
Add to that stack loads of presents for little Georgie from his besotted relatives, and we predict one happy December 25 for William and Kate's firstborn.
By Robyn Munson