Little Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte get extra-special Christmas gifts

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The two royal children were presented with extra-special gifts as they joined other royals in the Sandringham walkabout.

A well-wisher presented the gifts to the prince and princess during a royal morning walk on Christmas Day.

Louis' first royal engagement

Princess Charlotte, who is seven, and Prince Louis, who is four, were seen getting the nicest Christmas presents when they went on a Christmas walkabout on Sunday. They took part in the Royal Family's annual stroll from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church, alongside their parents, Prince William and Kate, Princess of Wales.

Little Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte get extra-special Christmas gifts  Samir Hussein

According to the Independent, this was Louis' first time taking part in the Sandringham walkabout, and he was dressed for the occasion in navy blue and dark red shorts. Charlotte donned a bright red coat similar to the one she wore at Kate Middleton's Christmas carol event, as well as a similar ribbon wrapped in her hair. George wore a navy suit with a brilliant blue tie, just like his father.

The thrilling walkabout also included the Earl and Countess of Wessex, as well as their daughter, Lady Louise Windsor, 19, and James, Viscount Severn, 15, who were asked to join the King in Norfolk for Christmas. Peter Phillips was also present, as was his daughter, Isla.

This was the family's first vacation without Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away in September. This year, they were accompanied by King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla at their personal Norfolk property, where Queen Elizabeth II had annually welcomed everyone since 1988. The road trip has traditionally been a component of the area's celebrations.

Royal children's special gifts

Prince Louis was photographed grinning as he held a considerate present from a well-wisher, a bright red 'gonk', a funny Christmas gnome toy wearing a fuzzy Santa hat.

Louis and Charlotte were seen carrying their presents, which were sparkling gnomes wearing fuzzy Father's Christmas hats brought to them by a well-wisher.

Little Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte get extra-special Christmas gifts Samir Hussein

Princess Charlotte was shown clutching her own 'gonk' present, although her doll sported a dusty-rose-colored Santa hat, which Prince George was seen adoring in the incredibly cute photographs.

Meanwhile, Prince George seems to have gotten a meaningful present in the same manner as his brother. The townsfolk were pleased by the unique day, which was the first to be held by the King and Queen Consort.

As reported by the MailOnline, the Prince and Princess began chatting with the audience following their holiday service and disclosed the charming aspects of their royal brood's morning of gifts, with Kate clarifying: 'They got lots of lovely things' to a well-wisher.

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