While it's clearly a lovely snap, eagle-eyed fans have noticed that it bears quite a resemblance to another photo of the Duchess of Sussex.
The card shows Meghan and Harry with their backs to the camera as they take in the display at Frogmore House, Windsor.
Meghan's arm is around her new husband's, while his is over the top of hers.
Interestingly, the couple's pose is very similar to the one Meghan and her first husband Trevor Engelson once pulled for their Save the Date.
On Meghan's invitation, she and Trevor also have their backs to the lens – and their arms are in near-identical positions.
They're even looking out at a beautiful view, with the 37-year-old and her former husband gazing towards an ocean.
One person tweeted: "The similarity between Meghan's wedding invite with Trevor and the Christmas card with Harry is spooky… To do the same idea with each husband is so weird to say the least."
Trevor and Meghan tied the knot on September 10, 2011 at the Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
The ceremony took place in front of 102 guests.
One said: "The ceremony was over very quickly, in about 15 minutes. Then everyone hit the dance floor. It seemed they all just wanted to party."
Unfortunately for Meghan, the resemblance to her previous wedding invitation isn't the only thing about her festive image that's raised eyebrows.
While many have praised the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first card as a married couple, some have claimed they've "turned their backs to the public".
The pair unveiled their photo on the same day as Prince William and Kate Middleton.
In stark contrast to the stylish black and white shot, the Cambridges shared a cosy family snap of themselves and their three children relaxing in the woods.
In more royal news, the Queen has handed over her favourite charities to Meghan Markle with tea at the Palace.
Prince William and Kate Middleton's Christmas card proves their love of hand-me-downs.
And Princess Charlotte is the spitting image of a young Princess Diana in the Cambridges’ Christmas card, fans claim.
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