It's common knowledge that the British royal family loves to celebrate Christmas. In addition to upholding traditions that have been passed down over the years, Prince William and Kate Middleton have also made their own since welcoming Prince George and Princess Charlotte. But their enthusiasm for the holiday just got taken to a whole new place. The festive-themed wax figures of Kate, Will, Prince Harry, and Queen Elizabeth II, which aim to raise awareness for Save the Children, were unveiled at Madame Tussauds in London on Tuesday, and to say they're interesting is a bit of an understatement. While Harry rocks a green Christmas sweater complete with a snowman, the queen dons one featuring one of her beloved Corgis (did you catch the crown?). But the weirdest outfit definitely goes to Kate and Will, who share a giant, two-person sweater with gingerbread, Christmas tree, and nutcracker designs. But one thing the wax figure artist seems to have forgotten? Their other arms! Sorry in advance for any nightmares this may cause.