Prince William and Kate Middleton’s kids look so grown up in 2023 royal family Christmas card

Fans of the royal family are having a field day over how grown up Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children look in their family Christmas photo.

“Our family Christmas card for 2023 🎄❤️,” the Prince and Princess of Wales wrote via their joint Instagram account Saturday alongside a black-and-white snap of the family of five.

The family of five — which includes Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5 — matched in white button-downs.

Middleton and Charlotte rocked jeans for the snap while the three boys sported black trousers.

Fans took an opportunity with the festive photo to note how “grown up” the little royals are now.

“Great family photo, can’t get over how quickly the children are growing up 😮🙂❤,” one user wrote, while another said, “I remember when all these babies were born! Look how grown they are. ❤️.”

Fans took to the comment section to note how much the couple’s three children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis — have grown.
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Another fan mentioned that the couple’s daughter looks “like a young Queen Elizabeth.”

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“Charlotte has the nobility and ladylikeness of the late Queen Elizabeth,” another said.

A third added, “So beautiful ❤️ George is so tall!! Charlotte a mini Queen Elizabeth.”

Another fan noted Charlotte’s likeness to the late Queen Elizabeth.
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As previously reported, Queen Elizabeth II passed away in September 2022. She was 96.

The family’s Christmas card comes on the tail of journalist Omid Scobie’s tell-all book which, due to a misprint, alleged Middleton was one of the royals who raised concerns for the skin color of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s firstborn child.

Neither Middleton, 41, nor William, also 41, have publicly addressed the book’s claims, which also names King Charles III as the other royal who made “racist” remarks.

The Prince and Princess of Wales are entering the holidays with a scandal on their backs following the release of Omid Scobie’s tell-all book. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

However, a source claimed last week that William and Charles were meeting this past week to discuss a plan on how to handle the claims, including potential legal action.

“Discussions are being had, and we’ll continue those discussions this week,” a royal insider told the Telegraph.

“Conversations will be had and decisions made with care and time and professionalism rather than rushed over a weekend.”