Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, and her husband Prince William joined Queen Elizabeth II, along with rest of the Royal Family for Christmas service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, on Thursday (Dec. 25th).
The crowd however missed the youngest royal 17-month-old Prince George who could not attend the service. According to palace officials, most children usually start attending at the ages of 4 or 5. Little George’s step-grandmother Camilla Parker Bowles was also unable to attend the service after she “put her back out”. Kate, who is reportedly 5 months pregnant, looked chic in a long, brown, double breasted tweed jacket by Moloh from the British brand’s fall 2013 collection. She accessorized her costume with matching gloves, a brown pillbox hat, dark brown stockings, matching heels and gold earrings. William sported a long navy blue coat over a blue shirt and pink polka dots tie.
The other members of the royal family who attended the service included Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince Harry, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, the Duke of York Prince Andrew and his daughters, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, among others. Kate’s parents, Michael Middleton and Carole Middleton and siblings James Middleton and Pippa Middleton were also present.
At the earlier service, the Queen wrapped up in a warm brown fur coat. For the second service, the Queen wore a bright pink Angela Kelly dress with a matching hat and clutched a black handbag.
The royal family, after wrapping up service, greeted the crowds who lined up outside of the church since early morning. Kate apologized for not bringing George along. The duchess graciously accepted a gift from an 8-year-old girl who gave her a Milky Bar (Nestle white chocolate) selection box for the royal baby.
We wish a Merry Christmas to the royal family. We also wish to see lots of cute picture of the royal kid- George celebrating this festive season with his family members.