The Princess of Wales in White for a Special Christmas Message

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Ahead of the third ‘Together At Christmas’ Carol Service, The Princess of Wales released a special message in which she invited the public to her special Carol Service that will be held on Friday at Westminster Abbey. This year’s special carol service is celebrating those who have gone above and beyond to support the young children and early Childhood – a ling long project of the Princess of Wales.


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Wearing a white Self-Portrait jacket, Catherine said, “Join me this Christmas Eve for a special Carol Service as we say a heartfelt thank you to all those supporting the very youngest members of our society during those crucial early years

Earlier yesterday, The Palace shared a small video of the guests receiving their invitation for the special evening and their reactions. On Friday, the guests will be joining the Prince of Wales and and other members of the Royal Family for a celebration at the historical Abbey.

Combining traditional and modern elements to encompass people of all faiths and none, the service will see the world-renowned Westminster Abbey choir perform some of the nation’s most beloved carols, alongside musical performances by guests including Jacob Collier, Freya Ridings and James Bay, and a special duet from Beverley Knight and Adam Lambert. Poignant readings will be delivered by speakers including the Prince of Wales, Micheal Ward, Emma Willis, Roman Kemp, and Jim Broadbent. A specially commissioned poem written by Joseph Coelho, the Children’s Laureate, will also be read by Leonie Elliott.


What The Princess of Wales wore in the Special Christmas message

The Princess of Wales, Kate, wore a Self-Portrait Jacket with Cassandra Goad earrings for a special message ahead of ‘Together At Christmas’ Carol service. More details on Regalfille


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