Kate Middleton looked to one of her go-to designers for the royal family’s holiday carol service.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a festive, bright red coatdress from Catherine Walker to host the “Together at Christmas” holiday carol service, which marks Middleton’s first televised holiday special. The special was filmed on Wednesday at Westminster Abbey and will be televised in the U.K. on Christmas Eve. Middleton paired the look with matching Gianvito Rossi pumps and a clutch.
The televised holiday carol special is meant to celebrate the “incredible work of individuals and organizations across the nation who go above and beyond to support their families,” according to a statement released by the duchess and her husband, Prince William, late last month.
The special will look back at the last 18 months of the pandemic and highlight the people and organizations that have made a difference. The special is supported by the Royal Foundation, which is the couple’s charitable organization.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are seen at the “Together At Christmas” community carol service at Westminster Abbey.
Middleton was joined by Prince William, who matched the duchess in a black suit and red tie, her mother Carole Middleton and brother James Middleton, as well as other
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