After attending a Christmas Day church service for the first time as king, King Charles met people at Sandringham.
At the Norfolk estate, the Prince and Princess of Wales, their kids, and other senior royals joined the King and Camilla, the Queen Consort.
From quite early in the morning, crowds gathered outside St. Mary Magdalene Church.
The Royal Family is celebrating Christmas at Sandringham House for the first time since that year.
The royal anthem is playing over the residence, signaling the return of the old-fashioned royal celebrations.
On Sunday, hundreds of people showed up to see the Royal Family. While others brought bouquets of flowers and gifts to give to the royals, others had even camped out overnight at the gates, sitting in camp chairs and wrapped in blankets.