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The five of them will also be joining the newest Royal Family member, Meghan Markle, 37, since marrying Prince Harry, 34.
Kate and William could choose to head to Sandringham in Norfolk, where they have years previously with the Queen.
However, rumours have suggested they may choose a different location altogether.
The couple could skip Sandringham and spend it with her brother, James Middleton in Berkshire.
He said on TV channel Leute Heut he was looking forward to a “family” Christmas where they could all “regroup”.
This could suggest Kate and William spending their Christmas with the Middleton’s this year.
However this is unlikely as the royals have spent the day at Sandringham for a number of years as tradition.
They have spent Christmas at Berkshire before; in 2012 and 2016.
They all attend church in the morning of Christmas Day, heading to St Marys Magdele in Norfolk together.
Last year was the first time the two young couples were first pictured together, in an image that quickly went viral.
Their children, however, stay at home during the morning service.
Rumours have suggested Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, could also join the family for Christmas this year.
The Royal Family have chosen Sandringham, the Queen’s estate, for years to celebrate the festive period.
The Queen is often spotted catching the train to Norfolk over the Christmas holidays to spend time at her private residence.
The Royal Family have a number of traditions over Christmas, with one of them the famous Christmas Speech by the Queen.
She also makes sure to gift her staff a Christmas pudding, as well as Christmas trees to the local schools.
They also open their presents on Christmas Eve as opposed to Christmas Day, in keeping with their German heritage.