The princes of Wales and their ‘happy family’ stamp to avoid the latest Sussex bomb

Radiant, conjoined and very Christmassy. Thus they have appeared Prince Guillermo y Kate Middleton This Thursday at Westminster Abbey, where the Princess of Wales has directed, as every year, the special Christmas carol concert Together at Christmas. It is the first since the death of the Queen isabel II and it also coincided with the premiere of the last three episodes of the documentary Harry y Meghan Markle.

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The latest statements by the Dukes of Sussex have not left those of Cambridge in a good place but they, faithful to the line that Buckingham marks, focus on their agendas (apparently) oblivious to the controversy. Christmas dates also allow them to play with an asset that never fails: children. This Thursday, the two oldest have accompanied their parents in the famous concert; It is the second appearance of the little ones in just three days.

The family has also chosen matching looks for this appearance: Kate and Charlotte in burgundy coats, Guillermo and George in suit jackets. The heir’s tie, in addition, in tune with the ‘girls’. An ideal and perfect stamp with which to counter the serious accusations of Harry and Meghan, who speak of envy, lies and shouting.

Kate, de Eponine London

Kate, as director of the event, has been the undisputed protagonist. She has organized it together with the Royal Foundation, the charity she manages with her husband, and has dedicated it to the late Queen Elizabeth II: “This year’s Christmas carol service is dedicated to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the values that His Majesty demonstrated throughout his life, including duty, empathy, faith, service, kindness, compassion and support for others,” he said.

As we said, the Princess of Wales has chosen a burgundy look, a long coat from the Eponine London firm that fits at the waist, with a V-neckline and shoulder pads. She has combined it with matching Gianvito Rossi shoes and a clutch from Aspinal of London, with a crocodile effect, as well as earrings from the low-cost brand Accesorize.

kings and other family

Charles III and Camilla Parker They have also wanted to cover the princess on her special day, as well as Sophie of Wessex, Eugenia of York with Jack Brooksbank, Beatriz de York with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Zara and Mike Tindall, Prince Michael of Kent and Lady Gabriella Windsor. So are the Middletons: her parents Carole and Michael Middleton, as well as her sister Pippa, as well as familiar faces like Spice Girls’ Melanie C and singer Craig David.