The Royal Family Heads to Church on Christmas Day, but All Eyes Are on Meghan

Members of the British royal family came together on Christmas morning for a family tradition, making the walk from the queen's Sandringham Estate to the church of St. Mary Magdalene for the 11 a.m. public service. All eyes were on Prince Harry's fiancée, Meghan Markle, who was enjoying her first Christmas with the royals, and she was in fine form, wrapped up against the cold as she stayed close to her beau.

Rather than staying with the queen at Sandringham House, Harry and Meghan have been guests of Prince William and Kate at their nearby home of Anmer Hall and no doubt spent the morning with a very excited Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The young royals definitely looked to be in good spirits as they made their way to the church with their parents. Later, the family will sit down for a traditional Christmas dinner before watching the queen's annual Christmas message, which is expected to include a special mention for Harry and Meghan.