However, fans have pointed out what appears to be a rather major imperfection in the family's seasonal greeting.
The couple took Prince George and Princess Charlotte to church in Kate's home village for the Christmas day service, with Kate wearing a slim-fit coat from Hobbs in oxblood - and since it was a slightly more relaxed affair, no hat for Kate.
Next year, there will be another prince or princess who will join the family for their Christmas card photo.
However, several royal fans have spotted a rather freakish element to the otherwise traditional Christmas card.
Another began a hashtag adding: '#WhoHasKatesArm?
Fans online have claimed Kate's right arm is missing. "Did she lose it somewhere?" Can't be behind the Prince because they don't show PDA'. "He hasn't written down many requests, so I think one request is probably okay". "Where is Kate's other arm??" However, after the Kensington Palace shared the photograph on Twitter, many Twitter users noticed one of Kate's arms has seemingly disappeared, with one twitter user even starting a petition to 'recover Kate Middleton's lost arm'.
The MailOnline has contacted Kensington Palace for a comment.
Next year, the Cambridges will have a new addition to their Christmas card, as Kate is expecting her third child in April.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, however, are intent that their offspring aren't going to grow up as spoiled brats. Kate, 35, chose a feminine peplum jacket and matching pencil skirt from favourite designer Catherine Walker for the shoot.
But a source has reportedly revealed Kate is feeling "great " now. 'Charlotte, meanwhile, plays Disney princesses while happily unaware that she heads the title herself'. Stood in front of her mother, the toddler purses her lips into an adorable smile and rests her hands lightly on the front of her printed floral frock, which she wore previously during the royal tour to Poland.
Chris Jackson, the aforementioned Getty photographer, has worked the royal beat for some time-he took photos for Prince George's fourth birthday this past summer.
Ryanair pilots' strike for tomorrow called off
Mr O'Leary said the move was "putting the needs of our customers first, and avoiding disruption to their Christmas flights". The news came ahead of Ryanair's meeting later in the day with Impact, the union representing Irish pilots.