The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a “Together at Christmas” carol service at Westminster Abbey this evening, December 8. She was joined by Prince William as well as members of the Royal Family and the Middletons.
The carol service was an opportunity to come together and reflect on the challenges of the last two years and celebrate the acts of kindness witnessed across UK communities.Embed from Getty Images
Kate wore a new red Catherine Walker coat with The Queen Mother’s Sapphire and Diamond Fringe Earrings on loan from The Queen. Kate previously wore these earrings to the 2015 Women in Hedge Funds dinner.Embed from Getty Images
Kate wore a black version of this coat to Prince Philip’s funeral, and I kind of prefer it in black. The red with the giant bow looks a bit too “Christmas present” for me. But Kate loves a good theme look, so this is right up her alley.Embed from Getty Images
Kate talked to Mila, one of the subjects in Kate’s Hold Still project.Embed from Getty Images
Several members of the Royal Family came out to support the service: The Countess of Wessex; Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi; Princess Eugenie; and Zara and Mike Tindall.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
The Middleton clan was also in attendance. L-R: Pippa Matthews (née Middleton), James Middleton and his new wife Alizée Thevenet, Carole Middleton, and Mike Middleton.Embed from Getty Images
OMG REINDEER!!Embed from Getty Images