The Wales family is certainly getting into the Christmas spirit

Prince William and Princess Kate engage in sweet Christmas ‘tradition’ with Prince George and Princess Charlotte

The family was spotted shopping for Christmas trees in Windsor Great Park, demonstrating how Prince William and Princess Catherine are ensuring their kids get into the holiday spirit with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

In an image posted to a pro-royal family Facebook page, William was seen chatting with a man while the royal kids were observed perusing some of the available Christmas trees; Prince Louis chose not to go on the outing with the others. The family was spotted at the Berkshire Christmas Tree Shop, which is open weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and weekdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

 

The family were out shopping for Christmas trees
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A source who spoke with HELLO! described the endearing family custom that led William to visit the place. “It’s no surprise that Prince William and his family picked their tree from Windsor Great Park,” they said. “Christmas trees for Windsor Castle were always purchased there by the late Queen, and King Charles did the same last year. He is continuing the family’s custom.”

Catherine is definitely getting into the spirit of the holidays, and this Friday marks the third annual Christmas Carol Concert. This year’s concert will honor those who support infants, early childhooders, and families throughout the United Kingdom while also commemorating the significance of a new baby’s arrival.

 

Prince Louis didn’t join the rest of the family
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The event this year “will showcase the hope of new life and why it is so important to build supportive, nurturing worlds around children and the adults in their lives.” It is also associated with the Princess’s Shaping Us campaign, which was introduced in January 2023.

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The Westminster Choir will perform some of the most well-known carols in the country as part of this concert that is intended to please everyone. A number of celebrities, including Adam Lambert, Beverley Knight, Jacob Collier, Freya Ridings, and James Bay, will also make cameo appearances.

Twelve community carol services will be held that evening, supported by the Royal Foundation, in addition to the carol concert, which will be appropriately decorated Westminster Abbey.

 

George and Charlotte were surprise guests at last year’s concert
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The following locations: Charlbury, Chester, Newport, Londonderry, Fife, Bangor, Leominster, Sheffield, Hartlepool, Clifton, Uppingham, Upminster, and Charlbury.

The Princess of Wales hosted “Together At Christmas,” her second annual carol concert, last year, which was attended by a number of notable guests, including King Charles, Queen Camilla, and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh.

George and Charlotte also made an unexpected appearance; the young royals encountered their grandfather the King inside the Abbey and gave him two kisses.

 

Last year’s concert paid tribute to the late Queen
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While Prince Louis did not attend the concert, it is hoped that he will this year as he was spotted with his family on Christmas Day at Sandringham during their yearly church visit.

The previous year’s service was particularly moving because it honored the late Queen Elizabeth II. In remembrance of her unexpected appearance with the cherished animated character at her Platinum Jubilee Concert, a Christmas tree decked out in Paddington Bear decorations was displayed.

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