Prince William's wife epitomised festive style in a more casual look

Princess Kate is so stunning in designer festive cardigan and movie star blowdry

The Princess of Wales can be seen looking absolutely gorgeous in the behind-the-scenes photos from her carol service, “Together at Christmas.” The royal was spotted sporting a stunning red crochet cardigan by Miu Miu, which she had previously worn to Christmas in 2021. The cardigan featured vertical rows of embroidered black and white flowers. The long sleeves, rounded neck, and pearl embellished buttons added a glamorous touch to the form-fitting cardigan.

 

Jenson with the Princess of Wales, Brenda Ford, and Poppy
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The £1,350 cardigan was donned by the Princess, who accessorized it with a white blouse that showed off her wrists and neckline. The mother-of-three added a matching pair of figure-hugging cigarette pants to complete the festive red look.

With just enough bounce to be suitable for a red carpet event, the royal styled her hair in her trademark blowdry. Her layers were highlighted by a flick at the end of each hair strand, and the style included a side part. To tie the cardigan into the earrings, she added a pair of pearls.

 

Ray Travasso with the Princess of Wales, and brothers George and Henry
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The video clips showed Catherine interacting with members of the public. She talked to eight-year-old Jensen and eleven-year-old Poppy, as well as retired mental health nurse Brenda Ford from Sussex, who volunteers in local schools to help kids learn new skills through their intergenerational program.

In an additional video, she was seen interacting with George, 12, and Henry, 10, as well as Ray Travasso, a music therapist from East Anglia Children’s Hospice (EACH), who has provided the family with music therapy and support since Henry’s diagnosis of spinal muscular atrophy at the age of 18 months.

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Rico, the Princess of Wales and Russell Gray
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She also chatted with Rico, 13, and Russell Gray, his childhood football coach, who gave him the confidence boost and freedom to follow his passion for the game.

On Christmas Eve at 7:45 p.m., ITV and ITVX will air a televised carol concert that includes the clips.

 

Prince William’s wife wowed in white
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The annual event, which takes place in 2023, will honor those who help the youngest members of society during their formative years and focus on early childhood education. It is a component of the Princess Catherine-led Shaping Us campaign.

The VT clips told the tales of three people and how they are influencing the lives of some very deserving young people. To honor the impact that the Princess is having on these young people’s lives, they are hosting a surprise Christmas tea party.

 

 

A parade of royals arrived at Westminster Abbey earlier this month for the service wearing amazing ensembles. The Princess herself looked stunning in an all-white ensemble that included a fine knit top, a pair of Holland Cooper straight-leg pants, and a longline coat by Chris Kerr.

 

The Duchess of Edinburgh looked stunning
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She also added the Gianvito ‘105 Bisque’ suede pumps and a micro bag by Strathberry. Her ‘Magic Alhambra’ Van Cleef & Arpels earrings finished the ensemble.

 

Zara looked beautiful in a plum coloured coat with burgundy accessories
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Duchess Sophie was among the guests, looking stunning in a custom blue longline coat by Suzannah London, a white midi dress by Me + Em, and brown suede knee-high boots by Gianvito Rossi.

Thanks to Emmy London, Zara Tindall looked stunning in a deep purple coat and skyscraper heels.

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