She wants us all to tune into her Together at Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey.
While royal fans will have to wait until the night before Christmas to see her in action, Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, shared a peek at her third-annual Together at Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey today. Today, she shared a pre-recorded promo that aired on ITV1 in the U.K. that saw her wearing a picture-perfect winter-white tweed jacket with pearl embellishment. Of course, there was a festive background with a fully decorated Christmas tree and stately looking candles behind her to usher in the season.
"Join me this Christmas Eve for a special carol service as we say a heartfelt thank you to all those supporting the very youngest members of our society during those crucial early years,” Kate said in her message. This year's show will incorporate various aspects of Kate's Shaping Us campaign with the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. The actual event is tomorrow, but it won't air until Christmas Eve.
People reports that "the television broadcast on Christmas Eve will feature additional content including an introduction from the Princess of Wales, films that highlight the importance of early childhood, and celebrations of the contributions people in our communities are making to support the very youngest members of our society during those crucial early years."
Kate has been hosting the royal holiday special since 2021 with Royal Carols: Together at Christmas. It started as a way to thank organizations in the U.K. that supported communities during the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to be a way for the Royal Foundation to be involved with various charities.
In a statement, Kensington Palace said that this year's service will “showcase the hope of new life and why it is so important to build supportive, nurturing worlds around children and the adults in their lives.” Adam Lambert, Beverley Knight, Jacob Collier, Freya Ridings, and James Bay are scheduled to perform and Prince William will also do a reading at the event. The audience will also include guests "who may have had a challenging year, including children and families, or those who might find the winter period difficult.”
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