King Charles has greeted crowds at Sandringham after attending a Christmas Day church service for the first time as monarch.
The King and Camilla, the Queen Consort were joined by the Prince and Princess of Wales, their children and other senior royals at the Norfolk estate.
Crowds gathered outside St Mary Magdalene Church from the early hours.
It is the first time members of the Royal Family have spent Christmas at Sandringham House since 2019.
The royal standard is flying above the house, marking a return to traditional royal festivities.
Hundreds of people turned up to catch a glimpse of the Royal Family on Sunday. Some had even camped out overnight at the gates, sitting in camp chairs and wrapped in blankets, while others brought bunches of flowers and gifts to hand to the royals.
The King and his family made the short walk from Sandringham House to the church just before 11:00 GMT.
- King’s speech marks new era for 90-year tradition
After the 45-minute service, the King and Queen Consort, as well as the Prince and Princess of Wales, spoke to several people in the crowd.
Prince Louis joined his parents at the Christmas Day church service for the first time.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex who last celebrated Christmas at Sandringham in 2018 were not there.
Queen Elizabeth II hosted 32 Christmases at Sandringham but was forced to cancel her annual festivities in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid pandemic.
Also Read: Visit
Sandringham House has been the private home of British monarchs for more than 160 years.