The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a special Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday evening, supported by The Royal Foundation.
Titled Together At Christmas the community carol service was spearheaded by The Duchess, and the event paid tribute to the incredible work of individuals and organisations across the UK who have supported their communities through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Duchess was joined by Prince William and other members of the royal family.
Also in attenedance were Kate's parents and siblings.
The event was filmed for broadcast as part of Royal Carols: Together At Christmas, a special programme which was aired by ITV on Christmas Eve. The broadcast featured additional content including an introduction from The Duchess of Cambridge, and videos highlighting the efforts of inspirational organisations.
The televised event also featured a the Duchess of Cambridge playing the piano alongside Tom Walker for a special performance of his new Christmas single For Those Who Can’t Be Here.
On the night, Kate debuted a familiar design by Catherine Walker. She wore the 'Beau Tie' coatdress in scarlet red.
This is the same style she wore in black for The Duke of Edinburgh's funeral in April.
Kate accessorized with her red Miu Miu bow-embellished suede bag.
On her feet were her red Gianvito Rossi 105 suede pumps.
The Duchess topped of her festive look with the Queen Mother’s Sapphire and Diamond Earrings.
In the photos of Kate trimming the tree, she wore a red MIU MIU cashmere-jacquard cardigan.
The £1,350 knit top is made from cashmere with a diamond pattern and pearl bobble buttons. It also has a detachable cotton collar, contrast cotton cuffs, and is jacquard-woven with black and white roses.
The Duchess also wore a new pair of black trousers featuring an exposed side zip.
They appear to be the Roland Mouret Axon Side Zip Wide Leg Pant ($960).
Below is a closer look at the exposed zip detail.
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