Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly trying to raise their two children to not be materialistic.

In its Jan. 17 issue, Star claimed that Prince Harry and Markle also want their kids to grow up knowing that the most important things in life are love and family.

So, on Christmas Day, the Sussexes didn’t give Archie and Lilibet expensive presents. And since Lilibet is still relatively young to remember the presents that she received, it was obvious that she was more drawn to the wrapper instead of the gift itself.

A source claimed that Archie, who dotes on his baby sister, made sure to give Lilibet something special. The 2-year-old passed on some of his favorite books and toys to Lilibet and had his parents wrap them up in Christmas wrappers.

“Archie adores his sister and looks out for her. He tries to give her his books and toys,” the source said.

Two days before Christmas Day, Prince Harry and Markle also shared an adorable photo of their happy family. The snap shows all four members of the Sussex clan wearing denim attire.

The photo also happens to be the first time that royal fans caught a glimpse of Lilibet Diana, who is now 7 months old.

Archie was last seen by royal fans a few months ago, and it’s obvious how much he’s grown. The 2-year-old also has thick and curly red hair, which is similar to his dad. Prince Harry and Archie also share the same skin tone.

Lilibet, on the other hand, has also been showing signs that she could also be a redhead. After all, the Christmas card photo confirms that she doesn’t have dark black hair just like Markle.

During an interview last year, Markle was asked what Archie and Lilibet’s relationship is like. She said that her eldest child loves being a big brother to her daughter.

“Someone told H [Harry] and I that when you have one kid it’s a hobby, and two children is parenting. Suddenly we realized, oh right, everyone talks about what it’s like for the second child, but no one talks about the adjustment for the first child when the second one comes along. So, I think they have that moment of, ‘Oh, this is fun…oh, this is how it is now,” Markle told Ellen DeGeneres.