The holiday season has been given the go-ahead by Kensington Palace, as the Duchess of Cambridge kickstarted festivities by joining children for a spot of Christmas tree shopping.
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Yesterday, the mother-of-three was named the new Royal Patron of Family Action, assuming the position as Queen passed it down after holding the role for 65 years.
The royal family announced the news in a statement which read, "The Duchess of Cambridge has spent much of the last eight years meeting charities and organisations who work every day to make our families and communities stronger."
"There is a powerful correlation between a parent or carer's wellbeing and their child's development, which is why organisations such as Family Action that provide support are instrumental to a child's future.
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This new patronage aligns with Her Royal Highness’ longstanding work on the early years, and the importance of supporting children and families during this seminal period of their lives."
To mark her latest honour, the Duchess of Cambridge joined families supported by the organisation at Peterley Manor Farm in Buckinghamshire, England.
As anticipated, the adorable photographs are sure to delight royal fans across the globe.
During the engagement, the 37-year-old took part in a number of activities from making Christmas decorations and DIY reindeer food to posting letters to Santa.
Kate also helped the children to find Christmas trees for Family Action schools during the outing before warming up inside with a cup of hot chocolate.
Not one to miss out on an opportunity to flex her fashion know-how, the royal dressed in seasonal red and green for the big day courtesy of a puffer by Perfect Moment finished with a Really Wild knit.
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During her latest outing, the royal teased details of the way in which the Cambridge family celebrate the big day.
"She was asking about the trees which drop their needles and those that don't, and which ones smell nice!" farm owner Roger Brill revealed. "She said that they normally have the Nordmann Fir inside that doesn't drop the needles."
In fact, it seems Kate is quite the budding expert when it comes to the art of Christmas tree shopping.
"She was fantastic with the youngsters. She was in there moving them around and holding them up," Brill continued. "I will have to give her a job at the weekend, I think. She was a very good saleswoman!"