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Everyone is saying the same thing about Prince George as he joins carol service

Everyone is saying the same thing about Prince George as he attends a festive event with his family.

The Prince and Princess of Wales brought all three of their children to the Together at Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey.

But Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis stole the show as they entered the abbey for the event, which is spearheaded by Princess Kate.

And George is getting attention for one thing in particular, how tall he is.

Social media users took to X (formerly Twitter) to note how much the young prince has grown.

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One (@brantlesley) said: “I know perspective distorts but isn’t George getting tall!”

Another (@writerdiehl) noted the same: “How fast Prince George is growing!”

The ten-year-old appeared to be around the height of his 5’7” mother’s shoulder.

The entire Wales family looked stylish and colour-matched as they entered with the Dean of Westminster Abbey, the Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle.

Prince William, George and Louis all in navy with maroon accents, Charlotte in a maroon coat and Princess Kate standing out in white.

The service, supported by the Royal Foundation, honours those who work to support babies, young children and families in communities across the UK.

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New features this year include a Christmas post box located outside the abbey for children to send handmade Christmas cards and best wishes to other youngsters who might be struggling this festive season.

All three of the Wales’s children posted a letter as they entered the Abbey, with George’s card appearing to be addressed to “Tony”.

Linked to Princess Kate’s Shaping Us campaign, the service will showcase “the hope of new life and why it is so important to build supportive, nurturing worlds around children and the adults in their lives”.

The service will be broadcast on ITV1 and ITVX on Christmas Eve at 7.45pm.

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