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 Luxurious burgundy: Kate Middleton appeared in public in a solid Christmas ensemble

The Princess of Wales and her daughter chose paired looks.

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The Princess of Wales organized for the second time in Westminster Abbey a concert of hymns “Together for Christmas”, and Prince William came to support her with her older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and other members of the royal family.

Wrapped up against the cold, Camille looked elegant in a white coat, while Sophie opted for a long white coat. As for the hostess of the evening, Kate looked impeccable as always. She appeared in a burgundy ensemble: a long fitted coat, matching suede pumps, and in her hands she held a pair of gloves and a crocodile leather clutch bag. The image was complemented by loose and styled hair and a pair of pendant earrings with precious stones.

Prince William was in a formal suit and coat, and the children repeated the images of their parents. Princess Charlotte was wearing a matching coat. what Kate wore, and Prince George is wearing a copy of his father's ensemble.

Luxury burgundy. Kate Middleton appeared in public in a solid Christmas ensemble

 Luxurious burgundy. Kate Middleton appeared in public in a solid Christmas ensemble

The royals watched the concert in high spirits, choosing to ignore the controversy surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's claims on their Netflix show earlier in the same day.

This year's service was all the more special as it is dedicated to the memory of Her Majesty the Queen. Buckingham Palace has previously confirmed that it will reflect the values ​​she has demonstrated throughout her life, including “duty, empathy, faith, service, kindness, compassion and support for others”.

The service will be shown on ITV in Christmas Eve. The concert will blend modern and traditional, with hymns performed by the world-renowned Westminster Abbey Choir, as well as musical performances and special guest readings.

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