Royal Christmas Cards ~ The Wales’ 1992 – 1996

Our last look at the Wales’ Christmas cards featured the years 1981 to 1991. Click here for a refresher. Now let’s look at the years from 1992 to 1996.

1992:

1992 was the year that Diana and Charles announced their formal separation. That year, they chose to feature William and Harry in their Christmas card. They look pretty solemn.

1993:

Princess Diana’s first solo Christmas card as a royal featured her with her two boys in front of a royal tapestry.

Prince Charles’ card featured a more informal snapshot with Princes William and Harry, likely taken at Balmoral over the summer break:

1994:

A nice and friendly picture of Diana and the boys.

Prince Charles chose this photo in a field of poppies for his 1994 card. Looks like it was taken at Highgrove. Kind of reminds us of that scene in The Wizard of Oz when Dorothy falls asleep in the poppies.

1995:

Very similar to last year; a nice, cozy informal portrait of Diana and her sons.

Charles picked this photo for his 1995 card. HILARIOUS. Even their dog made it in the shot.

1996:

Princess Diana’s !996 card featured a cute and informal picture of Princes William and Harry with cousins Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie while on holiday. Very sad that this was Diana’s last Christmas card.

That year, Prince Charles chose this photo. So cute.

What’s your favourite christmas card of these?

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Categories: British Royal Family, Diana, Princess of Wales, Prince Harry, Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge

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  1. I like Prince Charles’ 1995 card the best. Fun. And Prince Charles actually looks happy and relaxed.

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