Kate and Meghan look like BFFs at Sandringham Christmas service

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Britain's Prince William, left, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, second left, Meghan Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, right, arrive to attend the Christmas day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham in Norfolk, England, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2018.

Kate Middleton has reportedly been seen bargain shopping with children Princess Charlotte and Prince George. She said: "Now what I'm starting to learn is, even though things look incredible on the hanger, it doesn't mean they're going to look fantastic on me".

Here's the nickname Middleton called both of her children while they were out and about, plus some other nicknames different members of the royal family have for each other.

The outlet also added, citing several insiders, that at the time of Meghan and Harry's wedding, there was a considerable amount of "stress" affecting everyone involved.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are ringing in their first Christmas as husband and wife at Sandringham!

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Many had brought bouquets of flowers or had got in the Christmas spirit by wearing Santa hats.

The 92 year old monarch goes on to also mention her son, Prince Charles' 70th birthday milestone last month.

The Duchess of Sussex reached for her bump and said, "We're almost there", when asked by Ms Anvil if she was excited about her baby, which is due in spring.

Before the performance, Meghan and her classmates are holding candles as Silent Night plays in the background.

Later today, after the service at St. Mary Magdalene Church, a small stone church dating back to the 16th century, the royals will enjoy a Christmas lunch and then gather to watch Queen Elizabeth II deliver her annual Christmas message.

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