A royal Christmas! Kate Middleton wore a festive green ensemble as she joined the royal family for Christmas services on Friday, December 25.
Along with her husband, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, 33, looked gorgeous and elegant as she strolled to the church, waving at fans.
While the royal couple’s two children — Prince George, 2, and Princess Charlotte, 7 months — stayed at home, Kate and William joined his father, Prince Charles, 67, his wife, Duchess Camilla, and Queen Elizabeth, 89, as they attended services at St. Mary Magdalene church at the queen’s Norfolk estate, Sandringham.
Prince Harry also joined the rest of the royal family after a fun-filled Christmas Eve, in which he and William played a soccer match at the estate. The brothers won their annual charity game, 4–1.
In her yearly Christmas speech, the queen talked about the newest addition to her family — Charlotte.
"One of the joys of living a long life is watching one's children, then grandchildren, then great-grandchildren, help decorate the Christmas tree," she said. "And this year my family has a new member to join in the fun!"
As Us Weekly previously reported, Kate, William and their two children have been spending the holiday at Anmer Hall, their 10-bedroom home close to the queen’s estate in Norfolk.
Earlier this month, a source told Us that little George “had a blast putting up decorations” on the family’s locally sourced pine tree at Anmer Hall.
Prince William also discussed his son's excitement for the holiday.
“My George will be bouncing around like a rabbit,” William said in an interview with U.K. mag The Big Issue earlier this month. "If I get any sleep on Christmas Eve, it’ll be good.”
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