See the British Royal Family's Best Christmas Cards, From 1942 to 2017
A photo from a big 2017 moment — Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall's 70th birthday party — featured in her and Prince Charles's card.
For their 2016 card, Charles and Camilla, selected a photo from their official visit to Croatia.
The year William and Kate welcomed Charlotte into their family, they posed for a sweet photo on the grounds of Kensington Palace.
A sweet candid moment between Charles and Camilla for their 2013 card.
Philip and the Queen look right at home in their 2001 card, hanging with their corgis.
The whole family, grandchildren and all, pose for a photograph in the year after Princess Diana's death.
The Queen and Philip are relaxed, sitting near the sea in the Western Isles, off the coast of Scotland.
Three generations of royal women: The Queen Mother, the Queen, and a young Princess Beatrice.
William and Harry, of course, also featured in their parents's holiday card, a snap from their family trip to Mallorca.
The Queen Mother makes an appearance in 1985's card with her daughter and son-in-law.
In the 1983 card, Princess Anne rocks a sweater with a crown on it (like the royal she is!)
A candid moment at home with the Queen, Philip and their dogs.
A full family photo with "best wishes" for the year
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and their four children rock tartan and kilts in the photo used for their card in '72, snapped at Balmoral, the Queen's Scottish home.
Little Prince Andrew is mesmerized by his reflection (as his family looks on!).
On the grounds of Balmoral Castle, the year they welcomed Prince Andrew to the family.
A solo card from the then-Princess Elizabeth, sent to the Grenadier Guards regiment of the British Army during World War II.