The Princess of Wales hosted the second 'Together at Christmas' carol service at Westminster Abbey on Thursday night, supported by The Royal Foundation.
This evening's service celebrated those who have gone above and beyond in their communities and also payed tribute to Her Late Majesty The Queen.
The Princess was joined by her husband, Prince William and her two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort also joined in the celebration along with the extended royal family.
Also in attendance were Kate's parents and siblings.
The event was filmed for broadcast and will be aired by ITV on Christmas Eve.
Kate opted for a déjà vu debut this evening, wearing an Eponine London midi coat in burgundy.
You may recall the Princess also owns this SS20 design in cobalt blue which she first wore for the COP26 reception in November 2021.
Slight modifications were made to the original design. The new coat has full sleeves and the pleat details at the shoulders and waist have been replaced with princess seams.
The burgundy coat has tabs at the waist with gold trim tonal buttons on the front and back.
Kate carried a new burgundy croc-embossed clutch and her bow detail gloves.
It's suggested the handbag could be the Aspinal of London 'Mayfair' Clutch, and the gloves may be the M&Co bow detail fleece gloves.
The Princess added a touch of bling with a new pair of dangle earrings. They are the Accessorize Eclectic Gem Statement Long Drop Earrings (£14.00) featuring a mix of berry toned glass stones. ID by UFO No More.
Completing the monochrome ensemble were her Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Pumps in Royale Burgundy Suede.
UPDATE (23rd Dec 2022): Ahead of the broadcast, the Princess of Wales delivered a message of dedication to Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
In the clip, Kate is wearing a Self-Portrait Sequin Knit Crop Cardigan in black ($585).
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