The Princess of Wales looked festive in the promotional clip for this year's Together at Christmas Carol Service which will air in the UK on Christmas Eve.
The community carol service is spearheaded by The Princess and supported by the Royal Foundation. The second iteration of the service will take place on December 15 at Westminster Abbey and will pay homage to the life and legacy of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
DRESS: Needle & Thread 'Aurora' Sequin Gown in Red (repeat).
SHOES: Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Suede Pumps in Granta Red (repeat).
EARRINGS: Soru Ruby & Gold Earrings (repeat).
The Prince and Princess of Wales attended the Diplomatic Reception this evening at Buckingham Palace.
Hosted by King Charles III for the first time as monarch, the annual white-tie soirée is one of the most formal events on the royal calendar.
Over 1,000 people from around 130 countries, including members of the British government and past Prime Ministers attend the gathering.
The Princess looked regal in a red Jenny Packham 'Elodie' Gown.
The $5,040 long sleeve dress is from the British designer's Pre-Fall 2019 collection.
It features a tonal floral bead & sequin motif throughout.
Kate donned the Lotus Flower Tiara which she complemented with the late Queen's diamond orbital earrings.
The Princess wore the Royal Victorian Order sash and badge, along with the Maltese Cross.
You may recall the Duchess of Cambridge was appointed Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order in April 2019 by The Queen for services to the Sovereign.
Kate pinned her recently acquired Bentley & Skinner Art Deco Diamond Set Brooch to the sash.
Affixed to the left side of her dress was the Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II which the Duchess was awarded in 2017.
The Prince and Princess of Wales began their final day in Boston with solo engagements. Whilst William toured the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library with Caroline Kennedy, Kate focused on her early years research with a visit to the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.
The visit was an opportunity to highlight the importance of collaboration between international organisations in showcasing and sharing best practice to achieve a more promising future for every child.
The Princess wore a long sleeved version of Emilia Wickstead's 'Miles' houndstooth dress (£1,150).
It is made from lightweight georgette and has a fitted, tailored midi silhouette with a collared top and a pencil-style skirt. The houndstooth pattern is mix of black, cream and blue.
Kate carried a new Mulberry 'Harlow' Satchel in Cloud Blue. This is a past season piece and the 'Hallow' collection has since been discontinued.
The Princess topped of the look with a new pair of 'spine' hoop earrings (£225+). They are by London-based jeweler and artist, Lenique Louis.
The visit to Boston will culminate with the Earthshot Awards ceremony this evening at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway.
The Prince and Princess of Wales attended the second Earthshot Prize awards this evening at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway. It was the pinnacle event of their 3-day visit to Boston.
The Princess looked glamorous as she stepped out on the green carpet in a rented Solace London 'Sabina' dress.
It was reportedly hired from HURR in London starting from £74. The 'Sabina' is a floor length modern gown featuring an off-the-shoulder neckline and a body-conscious fit.
Kate complemented the bright green gown with emerald jewelry.
For the first time, she wore Queen Mary's Art Deco Emerald & Diamond Choker.
The choker was created for Queen Mary in the Art Deco style by Garrard in 1921 from a gift of emeralds from the Ladies of India in 1911.
It coordinates with the larger heirloom Cambridge Emerald Parure, with which it was often paired.
The necklace was inherited by Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 but she did not prefer the shortened style. She passed it along to Diana, Princess of Wales as a wedding gift, and it become one of Diana's signature pieces of jewelry.
On one occasion she got creative and wore the necklace as a bandeau. Upon Diana’s death in 1997 the necklace was returned to the Queen.
Tonight, the current Princess of Wales coordinated it with a new pair of emerald earrings.
They are the Asprey London Emerald and Diamond Halo Earrings mounted in platinum ($11,375).
Kate completed the look with her Cinderella-inspired Gianvito Rossi 'Rania 105' Pumps.
The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Boston Harbor for their final engagement on Day 2 of their visit to Boston for the Earthshot Prize.
They were joined for a stroll along the waterfront at Piers Park by the Major and leaders & partners working in coalition to create a green, resilient & sustainable future for the city.
Princess Kate wore autumnal hues, combining a chocolate brown Alexander McQueen coat with orange cashmere separates by Gabriela Hearst.
The double-breasted long wool coat is a past season design and was available in camel for $5,665.
Underneath the coat, Kate wore the Gabriela Hearst 'Peppe' turtleneck sweater ($790) and the Gabriela Hearst 'Epper' midi skirt ($1,590) in the spice colorway.
The Princess wore her custom chocolate brown Gianvito Rossi block heel boots.
She kept on the Daniella Draper Gold Diamond Luxury Maxi Cupid Hoop Earrings from earlier today.
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