If you're in need of a little pick me up on this fine Thursday, you needn't look further than the royal family's Christmas photo archives.
Earlier this week, Prince George joined a royal family Christmas tradition by participating in his school’s nativity play, just like his father and uncle did before him.
When Prince William visited BBC's Bridge House in Media City on Wednesday, he revealed he had begun enjoying the festive season by attending George's play.
“I went to my boy’s nativity play. It was funny,” William said. “He was a sheep.”
If you're currently weeping at the all-too-cute image of George as a sheep, just wait until you see his Uncle Harry's adorable costumes from the 80s.
In 1987 the Prince dressed in a festive green and red ensemble for his first ever school nativity play.
In 1988 he dressed as a Shepherd in a blue and white ensemble for another starring role in the play.
Meanwhile, William seemed fond of his regular clothes when he took to the stage for his own nativity play in 1985.
George has also been busy partaking in another time-honoured Christmas tradition - penning a letter to Santa Claus, which was hand delivered by his dad.
William approached Santa at a Christmas market in Finland, where he pulled out a note from the young Prince.
"I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter," William said. "He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably okay."
George only made one request for a gift from Santa; a police car. William also pointed out that George had indeed been "nice" this year, as the Prince had circled the 'nice' box at the top of his note.