It's a wrap for baby George as British royals celebrate Christmas

It's a wrap for baby George as British royals celebrate Christmas
Britain's Prince William (L) and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive for a traditional Christmas Day Church Service at Sandringham in eastern England, on December 25, 2013.

SANDRINGHAM, United Kingdom - Prince William and his wife Catherine left their baby son Prince George to revel in wrapping paper as the British royal family made their Christmas Day outing to church.

William said it had been a good morning with the five-month-old, while Kate revealed he was more interested in wrapping paper than his presents.

As per tradition, the royals were spending their winter break at Queen Elizabeth II's private Sandringham residence in Norfolk, eastern England. Their Christmas Day visit to St Mary Magdalene Church is a rare chance to see them all together up close and speak to them as they leave.

William and Kate strolled along hand in hand, with George staying indoors.

The baby prince, born on July 22, is fourth in the line of succession, directly in line to inherit the throne after 87-year-old Queen Elizabeth's eldest son Prince Charles, 65, and 31-year-old William, his eldest son.

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