The Royal Christmas 2021

 

As announced earlier this year, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated Christmas at Anmer Hall with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. The Cambridge family was joined by Catherine’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton.

 

The family was spotted leaving the Christmas Day morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church. The Hello! reported, “Prince William and Kate, who celebrated the day at their Norfolk abode, Anmer Hall, were pictured waving as they drove home for their Christmas lunch. William wore a shirt, jacket, and tie while Kate, seated in the passenger seat, sported a checked jacket, a roll neck jumper, and a feathered hat. Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and three-year-old Prince Louis could be seen in the back of the car following the service”.

 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sent a personal Christmas message to the public.

The Duchess of Cambridge was wearing Blaze Milano Anyway Checked Wool Blazer to Christmas service in 2021.
Blaze Milano Anyway Checked Wool Blazer

For the service, The Duchess of Cambridge was wearing Blaze Milano Anyway Checked Wool Blazer. Thanks to @ChantelleStocks via Middleton Maven for the id.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Philip Treacy OC 814 Hat
Philip Treacy OC 814 Hat

Catherine paired the coat with a turtleneck sweater with Philip Treacy OC 814 Hat. Thanks to Gabi on Twitter for the id.

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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall joined The Queen at the St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle for Christmas service. They were also joined by The Earl and Countess of Wessex and The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.

The Duchess of Cambridge's playing piano in the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey for a special Christmas Jingle performed by Tom Walker
Kensington Palace

Giving the world a very pleasant surprise, The Duchess of Cambridge, ‘In Millennials Language, “Broke the Internet” when the Palace shared a clip of The Duchess of Cambridge’s playing piano in the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey for a special Christmas Jingle performed by Tom Walker. The jingle was recorded a day before the “Together at Christmas” was hosted at Westminster Abbey.

The Duchess learned piano as a child and as per Town & Country’s report,

A royal source said that having learned the instrument as a child, Kate played a lot during lockdowns, and this “brought great comfort to her.” She approached singer Tom about the joint performance of his song For Those Who Can’t Be Hereafter meeting him at a charity event in October.

The idea for the performance was the Duchess’. She was impressed by Tom when she met him and heard him play Leave a Light On—a song about the struggles of those experiencing addiction, an issue which as you know, she is passionate about—at a Forward Trust event in October,” a source said. “He was approached to play at the service, and his Christmas song, For Those Who Can’t Be Here, which has such pertinence for so many this year, also struck a chord with the duchess...Music was very important to the duchess during the lockdowns and playing the piano brought great comfort to her. She also recognises the powerful way in which music brings people together—especially during difficult times. For these reasons, she was keen to be part of Tom’s performance in this way.

The Queen’s annual Christmas Message was broadcast at 3 PM. The message was deeply personal and paid tribute to The Duke of Edinburgh who left the world this year in April.

The Duchess of Cambridge played piano at the Christmas carol
Kensington Palace Screenshot

I thank all of you for staying with the journey this year and wish all of you a very Happy New Year!! See you in 2022!

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