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26 December 2018, 02:55 | Ivan Casey
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Prince Charles, the princes' father, accompanied the quartet on the walk into the church.
The family had shoppers in a frenzy at the outlet's Kings Lynn store - approximately 15 minutes drive from the Queen's Sandringham estate, where they will all be spending Christmas.
Although the move will mean that brothers William and Harry will no longer be living close by, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will still keep their office at Kensington Palace, which is also home to Middleton and William, both 36.
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Following the service, the royals stopped to talk to well-wishers who greeted Kate and Meghan with flowers.
Doria Ragland - who is based in Los Angeles - was offered the opportunity to spend the day alongside her beloved daughter and her husband Prince Harry, as well as the other royals, but she has instead opted to remain in the US.
The Duke of Edinburgh was also not present at today's service as Prince Philip, 97, retired from public duties previous year and instead will be spending the day privately with his family.
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