The Wales family were perfectly coordinated as they arrived for Kate Middleton‘s royal Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey in London today.
Prince George, 9, and his younger sister Princess Charlotte, 7, were mini-mes of their parents Prince William, 40, and Kate Middleton, 40, donning matching outfits as they arrived for the event.
The Princess of Wales upcoming concert will recognise the selfless efforts of communities throughout the UK, highlighting the importance of coming together to support one another.
Twinning: The Prince of Wales, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, and the Princess of Wales wore matching outfits for tonight’s Westminster Abbey carol concert
However, despite the episodes being aired, the Wales family were pictured beaming as they arrived at the London venue hand-in-hand.
Kate nailed festive dressing in a burgundy coat dress, believed to be from London-based Eponine, paired with £14 drop ruby earrings from Accessorize and a matching shimmering clutch and gloves, and burgundy heels.
Meanwhile her daughter Charlotte wore a matching £160 burgundy coast from Trotters Heritage.
Prince William donned a complementary shade of navy, wearing a suit in the shade, paired with a matching men’s dress coat. He referenced his wife’s outfit by sporting a tie in burgundy.
The young royals were pictured smiling as they made their way to the venue for the carol concert tonight
Prince George matched his father’s silhouette, in his own navy slacks and dress coat. However, he finished his outfit with a navy and white striped tie.
King Charles and Prince William have both refused to comment on the extraordinary claims made by Harry and Meghan in the explosive finale to their Netflix mini-series.
The Sussexes have used their latest Netflix shows to wound Prince William and King Charles and claim that dark forces blocked the Queen from seeing them before Megxit.
Harry also said his family were upset and jealous of Meghan’s popularity so pursued a vendetta against her because she was ‘doing the job better’ and ‘stealing the limelight’ from ‘those born to do it’.
Prince William and Kate shepherd their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte into Westminster Abbey this evening
Coordination: The young royals twinned with their parents, donning clothes in the same colours of burgundy and navy
But today, despite the slew of incendiary claims in three hours of new interviews and footage, Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace declined to comment on anything in the series.
Kate will today host her carol service in Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s honour, in what will be her first since she was given the Princess of Wales title.
It will recognise the selfless efforts of communities throughout the UK, highlighting the importance of coming together to support one another.
Spearheaded by the Princess, it will combine both traditional and modern elements, reaching people of all faiths and none. The service, Royal Carols: Together at Christmas, will then be shown on ITV on Christmas Eve.
Radiant: The Princess of Wales looked perfectly polished as she arrived for her Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey in London today – after the final three episodes of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive Netflix documentary were released
The Prince and Princess of Wales arriving with their children Princess Charlotte and Prince George for this evening’s event
After Kate, King Charles and his wife Camilla led the rest of the family in attending the Princess of Wales’s Together at Christmas concert. Above: King Charles and Camilla arrive this evening
It is also set to pay tribute to the late Queen, and will see Westminster Abbey flooded with festive decorations as the world renowned Abbey Choir sing carols and special guests deliver special readings.
The King and Queen Consort will join the Princess of Wales for the service. Kensington Palace confirmed that ‘The New Fab Four’ as they have been dubbed will attend the ceremony together.
It comes after the Princess of Wales shared a video of herself getting creative and decorating a Christmas tree ahead of her royal Christmas carol concert.
In the short clip, which was shared on the Wales’ Instagram Stories yesterday, the royal is seen beaming as she fixes baubles to the branches of a fir tree, as Christmas music plays in the background.
Imposed on the screen is a short caption which says: ‘Final touches before the Together at Christmas carol service tomorrow.’
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