Queen Consort Camilla appeared at Christmas with a brooch of the late Queen Elizabeth
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On Christmas morning in Sandringham, the royal family visited the church and, as usual, picked up the perfect images for the exit.
The royal family traditionally spent Christmas at Sandringham and did not change the tradition of attending the morning service at the Church of Mary Magdalene. Many admirers gathered to look at the king and his family. And everyone noted the perfect winter image of Queen Consort Camilla. Although they admitted that Kate Middleton's coat and hat, of course, were the most spectacular. This is reported by the Daily Mail.
King Charles was wearing his favorite camel coat, which he has been wearing for many years, and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, seems to have adopted the habit of the late sparkling and appearing in bright images,
To go to church, she chose a blue cashmere coat from the Anna Valentine brand, which she complemented with a matching felt hat with fluffy feathers and a blue handbag.
And she adorned her coat with a special diamond brooch. It previously belonged to Queen Elizabeth II.
But all eyes were, of course, on Kate Middleton, Prince William and their three children. Kate looked very elegant in an Alexander McQueen military khaki coat, a tailored Philip Treacy feathered hat, and £100 Sezane earrings given to her by her husband for Christmas.
Young Princess Charlotte wore the same burgundy coat from the £160 Trotters Heritage carol service at Westminster Abbey. And Prince Louis, who, as always, had fun and attracted attention, was wearing an Ancar coat for 182 pounds. .
That's exactly what happened to Charlotte's striped dress, which she wore to the Commonwealth Games this summer. The £39 outfit sold out in a matter of hours.