Harry and James Middleton participated in the annual match at Queen Elizabeth's estate

By Michele Corriston
Updated December 24, 2014 08:15 PM
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Even royals spend the holidays with the in-laws.

Prince Harry played in the annual soccer – er, football – charity match at his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham estate on Wednesday, and this time, Princess Kate‘s little brother joined in on the fun.

Harry, 30 – who flashed his abs during the game – and James Middleton, 27, led their team to a 7-2 win, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.

The game pits workers at the estate in Norfolk, England, against villagers from nearby Castle Rising.

Sadly, Prince William missed out on the tradition thanks to an ankle injury, British newspaper Express reports. But he’s still in town to celebrate Christmas with the whole royal family, so expect some cute pictures of Prince George – and fabulous fashion from Kate – to come.