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Harry And Meghan's First Official Christmas Card Is A Never-Before-Seen Wedding Photo

Harry and Meghan wrap their arms around each other, and Prince Louis looks all grown up.

The 2018 royal Christmas cards are here, and Kensington Palace has released not one but two family portraits.

The first, from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, featured William and Kate perched on a tree branch surrounded by their three offspring: Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 7 months.

It's the most grown up we've seen Prince Louis -- nestled in his mother's arms -- since the family portrait released to celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday in September.

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Eagle-eyed royal watchers have pointed out that Princess Charlotte's jumper is actually a hand-me-down from Prince George, who wore the same blue piece for a 2016 photo with his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

The second Christmas card, from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, shows a blissfully happy Harry and Meghan from their wedding reception in May this year, arms wrapped around each other as they watch the fireworks.

It's their first Christmas card as a married couple, and their last as just a married couple; Meghan is pregnant with the couple's first child, so next year's Christmas card could look quite different.

It comes after weeks of rumours about a feud between Kate and Meghan have dogged the royals, with Kensington Palace forced to issue a rare statement squashing the story.

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Of course, when it comes to the royals, there's only one person's take we really want to see: Gary Janetti, who satirises Prince George on his wildly popular Instagram.

"Happy holidays!" he wrote, re-posting the photo of William, Kate, and their children.

"We dressed up like poor people so you don't feel as depressed about your sh*tty lives!"

Is he wrong?

Contact the author: abrucesmith@networkten.com.au

Lead photo: Kensington Palace.