The royal “Fab Four” -- Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle -- stepped out together on Christmas Day along with other members of the royal family.

The royals were spotted at St. Mary Magdalene Church on Queen Elizabeth’s 20,000-acre Sandringham home in Norfolk, England, Tuesday attending Christmas Day service together.

The "Fab Four" entered the church, with Meghan and Kate walking side-by-side and chatting, and Prince Charles a few steps ahead.

Later today, after the service at St. Mary Magdalene Church, a small stone church dating back to the 16th century, the royals will enjoy a Christmas lunch and then gather to watch Queen Elizabeth II deliver her annual Christmas message.

Meghan and Harry are believed to be staying at Sandringham, the Queen’s residence, during the family’s three-day Christmas celebration. William and Kate are staying at their nearby home, Anmer Hall, with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

This Christmas marks the first time William and Kate have celebrated the holiday as a family of five. Prince Louis was born in April.

In the evening, the royal family will get together again for a Christmas buffet dinner with 15 to 20 different delicacies prepared by Queen Elizabeth’s chef.

The day after Christmas, known as Boxing Day in the U.K., the royals are expected to partake in a traditional pheasant shoot on the grounds of Sandringham.