Christmas is that time of year where we get to see the joy on children's faces when they open the toy they have been hoping for all year long.
As a parent, you put a special effort into making sure this time of year is magical for your youngster.
Well, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, has swapped her tiara for a Santa hat because she was in the giving mood at the Rugby Portobello Trust in London this week.
Dressed for the chilly weather, the pregnant royal participated in the organization's Christmas party, handing out gifts to the children and their parents.
And the pictures are adorable!
Kate helped the organization set up for the party and had some downtime with the kids before the festivities began.
The 35-year-old mother-of-two also met with several young people who participate in the group's musical workshop.
The organization was essential in helping the community recover from the tragic Grenfell Tower fire that killed 71 people in June 2017.
Kate met with with mothers and their little ones at a Christmas party for the "Magic Mums" group.
And the interactions were just too cute to handle.
🎄🎁 🎅 The Duchess of Cambridge hands out Christmas presents to parents and children from the ‘Magic Mums’ group run by the Rugby Portobello Trust in North Kensington. The Trust provides support for local families by running programmes for children and parents such as homework clubs, sporting activities, social groups and tuition.
In addition to helping the people in her local community, Kensington Palace recently announced that Kate and her husband, Prince William, will be heading on a royal tour to Norway and Sweden at the end of January.
Kate, who is pregnant with the couple's third child, will be nearing the start of her third trimester when they leave for their trip.
As the royal family gets ready for the holidays, Prince William personally hand-delivered his 4-year-old son, Prince George's letter to Santa.
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