Prince George's first Christmas is sure to be a treat.
Between enjoying family-filled dinners, attending church services and upholding royal traditions, the wee one is sure to be pooped come New Year's Eve.
Prince William, Kate Middleton and their firstborn will travel to the queen's estate at Sandringham on Christmas Eve and join Prince Charles, Prince Harry and other family members, according to Good Morning America.
The family gathers to eat, attends church services and goes on a hunt around the grounds. No word yet on which activities George takes part in, but we're guessing he stays home during the hunt!
The group also exchanges gifts around the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve, and not on Christmas morning, as per tradition.
So what exciting goodies are going to be gifted to arguably Britain's most famous baby?
Apparently the royal family prefers to give each other small or funny gifts, and nothing terribly lavish.
Well that's no fun.
After the last gift has been unwrapped, the family attends a black-tie dinner at the estate.
And then it's Christmas!
Typically, the royal family walks to nearby services at St. Mary of Magdalene while the queen drives.
Shortly before her annual Christmas address to the nation at 3 p.m., the relatives all feast on a large lunch.
And last but certainly not least, the holiday wraps up on Boxing Day with a pheasant hunt on at Sandringham estate.
Get ready, baby George!