The Princess of Wales and her daughter Princess Charlotte stepped out in matching festive outfits for a special Christmas carol service last night.
The Wales family – as well as other royals such as King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Zara Tindall and Kate’s sister Pippa Middleton – were out in force as they attended Kate’s ‘Together At Christmas’ service at Westminster Abbey.
Kate and her daughter Charlotte had a sweet matching fashion moment, wearing co-ordinating burgundy coats to attend the service. Kate opted for a deep red Eponine London coat dress, Gianvito Rossi heels in the same shade and Accessorize earrings. Her hair was styled in glossy waves, swept to one side.
Charlotte matched her mother in a maroon coat with a sweet rounded collar, navy tights and Mary Jane shoes. Prince William and Prince George also had a matching moment in smart navy suits. The youngest Wales child, Prince Louis, who is just four, stayed at home for the evening.
Zara Tindall and Pippa Middleton also chose to wear coats in the same burgundy shade; Zara pairing hers with classic black court shoes, and Pippa opting for a sleek pair of knee-high boots.
The princess hosted the special carol service, which paid homage to the life and legacy of the late Queen Elizabeth II, who died aged 96 on 8 September. The festive evening included carols performed by the abbey’s choir, while other members of the royal family, armed forces personnel, charity workers and volunteers were also in attendance.
Kensington Palace shared more details ahead of the service: “The carol service will celebrate and showcase the joy that human connection can bring: forging friendships and strengthening communities, creating legacies of humility and kindness, whilst also providing relief and comfort in times of difficulty or loss. The service will combine both traditional and modern elements, reaching people of all faiths and none.”
The Princess of Wales’ ‘Together at Christmas’ carol service will be broadcast on ITV at 7pm on Christmas Eve.