The Princess of Wales hosted the third 'Together at Christmas' carol service at Westminster Abbey on Friday night.
Supported by The Royal Foundation, this year's service celebrated individuals nationwide who support babies, children, and families, aligning with Kate's Shaping Us campaign. Before the carol concert, the Princess spent time speaking with the honored guests.
She also chatted with guest performers including Beverley Knight, Adam Lambert, Jacob Collier, Freya Ridings, and James Bay.
The Princess was later joined by her husband, Prince William, and their children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and, experiencing his first carol service, Prince Louis. Kate stepped outside to greet her family, and together, they entered the Abbey as a family.
At tonight's concert, in addition to a host of royal family members, Kate's parents and sister were also in attendance.
A look at the the Wales family during the service.
The event was filmed for broadcast and will be aired by ITV on Christmas Eve.
Kate opted for a winter white ensemble, featuring a bespoke midi coat designed by Chris Kerr, a Savile Row menswear tailor. The single-breasted coat boasts peaked lapels, angled flap pockets, a deep back vent, and flared cuffs adorned with a single button.
It has also been confirmed that the coats previously unidentified on the occasions below are also creations by Chris Kerr.
Beneath the coat, Kate wore her soft-white Kiltane Cashmere Crew Neck Jumper.
She debuted a pair of Holland Cooper High-Waisted Straight Trousers in Ivory (£299) - a wool-blend wide leg style defied by a wide waistband with large belt loops.
Kate carried a new Strathberry Mosaic Nano Bag in Vanilla (US$555).
On her feet were her Gianvito Rossi 105 Pumps in Bisque Suede.
The princess topped off the ensemble with her Van Cleef & Arpels 'Magic Alhambra' Earrings.
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