Hundreds of well-wishers are expected to gather hoping to catch a glimpse of Prince George as the Royal Family attend their traditional Christmas Day church service.
Led by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, senior members of the family will make their way from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church for the traditional service which is held every year on the Norfolk estate.
It is thought unlikely that Princess Charlotte will join them due to her age but it is possible George, who was christened at the church in July, will be present.
The Queen arrived in Norfolk by train last week to oversee preparations for Christmas Day on the estate.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will only have a short journey to make to join the family, travelling from their home at nearby Anmer Hall.
Each year crowds are invited on to the grounds to watch the royals as they make their way to the church.
The service will be played over speakers to those who make the journey.