It seems that breaking from tradition is the new normal for the royal family! This year, Prince George will get to spend the holidays with both sets of grandparents, as the Queen has invited the Middletons to Sandringham.

The royal family always spends the Christmas season at Her Majesty's Norfolk estate, though last year Prince William and Kate Middleton spent the holiday with Kate's family in Bucklebury. This year, however, royal sources have told the Daily Mail that "celebrations are set to be extra special after Prince George's arrival." Everyone wants to see the wee Prince celebrate his first Christmas!

Kate's sister Pippa may also receive an invitation, and if so she'll join almost all major members of the royal family at the sprawling estate. Prince Harry, who was unable to attend last year due to his tour in Afghanistan, will be there along with Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, as well as the pregnant Zara Phillips and her husband. With the addition of the Middletons to the bunch, it could be one of the largest holiday celebrations in recent history for the Norfolk estate (um, but everyone will probably still have an entire wing to themselves...). And WHAT if rumors are true, and Harry gets engaged before the end of the year? There may be a Bonas joining the group then, too.

SANDRINGHAM, ENGLAND - JUNE 12:  Prince Andrew, Duke of York looks on whilst Queen Elizabeth II receives a round of applause from guests to conclude a garden party in honour of her Diamond Jubilee at the Queen's Sandringham Estate on June 12, 2012 in Norfolk, England.  (Photo by Adrian Dennis - WPA Pool/Getty Images)Sandringham Estate (Photo: Getty Images)

The family will attend a Christmas service at the estate's church, and this will likely be the first time Prince George is seen in public since his debut to the world in July. The Queen owns somewhere around 150 properties on Sandringham (!!), one of which she has recently bestowed upon the Cambridges, Amner Hall. The new family is expected to move into the home, their very own 10-bedroom country estate, in the next few months. We're sure their pup Lupo will appreciate the space that comes with a country home since he'd gotten so used to living on the isle of Anglesey. The Duke and Duchess are said to be spending quite a bit of money making sure that the home is sufficiently private, comfortable and safe for their new family.

KING'S LYNN, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 13: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) A general view of the front of Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate on January 13, 2013 in King's Lynn, England. It has been reported that Queen Elizabeth II is to give Anmer Hall to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge to be their country house. (Photo by Indigo/Getty Images)Amner Hall (Photo: Getty Images)

Click through the gallery above to see Prince George's first moments in the spotlight!