The Princess of Wales made a stunning statement in a red sequin-embroidered dress – leaving aside the drama of Meghan and Harry’s Netflix documentary before her royal Christmas carol concert next Thursday.
Kate, 40, will host Thursday’s service. Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s honour, in This will be her first Christmas Carol Service since she was made Princess of Wales.
The princess looked stunning in a sequin gown with sheer embroidery sleeves and a cinched waistline in a palace portrait.
She She wore her hair loosely and kept her makeup simple with a glossy nude lipstick, letting the bold dress shine.
The Christmas tree was lit by fairy lights and draped with golden and rouge bows and baubles in the background.
The service will recognize the selfless efforts of communities across the UK and highlight the importance of supporting one another.
After it was revealed that Prince of Wales’s betrayal in the Netflix documentary meant that he would never reconcile with his brother, the new picture is now available.
William, 40, is angry about Harry’s disrespect for their grandmother during the Megxit saga.
And sources believe the bombshell documentary – which it is understood the heir to the throne has not watched, but is likely to do so at some point – will do little to change his mind.
A palace portrait of the princess has been released. She wore a stunning sequin gown with sheer sleeves and sequins embroidered on them. The waist was cinched.
Harry and Meghan called Britain racist and seemed to be aiming at the ‘formality of the royal family – even though it was kept closed.
Meghan said that even though Will and Kate visited, she was the first time she saw me in ripped jeans. She was barefoot. I was always a hugger. I didn’t realize that this is so jarring for many Brits.
The comments have not been addressed by the Princess Of Wales. Instead, she continued with her royal business.
The service, which was spearheaded by the Princess, will combine both traditional and modern elements, reaching people of all faiths and none.
It will also be a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. Westminster Abbey will be flooded with festive decorations while the Abbey Choir sings carols, and special guests read special readings.
Last year, Prince William was there as well as Zara, Mike Tindall, and Sophie Wessex at the Princess’s event.
The princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, Princesses of Beatrice, were also present and were pictured singing along with the hymns and carols.
It was also a family affair. The Princess was accompanied by her parents Carole Middleton and Michael Middleton as well as her siblings James (and Pippa) who were also there.
Kate’s new look marks the second time she has stepped out in a stunning red gown in less than a week.
For the annual Diplomatic Corps reception on December 6, the Princess of Wales wore a gem-embellished scarlet Jenny Packham gown and the Lotus Flower Tiara alongside her husband, King Charles, 74, and Queen Consort Camilla, 75.
She The Queen’s Diamond Frame earrings were shown off by her, which she paired with Queen Elizabeth II’s Royal Family Order (blue) and her Royal Victorian Order sash.
The Princess of Wales and Prince Harry have not yet seen the Netflix documentary by the Sussexes. They are instead focusing on their parenting duties, and staying true to ‘business-as-usual’.
An insider said earlier this week the royals are reluctant to engage in a tit-for-tat battle over the series.
In the first half, Meghan recalled the moment she met Prince William and Princess Kate.
The Prince and Princess Of Wales are seen arriving at Buckingham Palace last week for the annual Diplomatic Corps reception
The Princess of Wales looked stunning in a scarlet Jenny Packham dress as she stepped out of Buckingham Palace with the Prince of Wales to attend the annual Diplomatic Corps reception.
Radiant: A glamorous Kate speaks to guests at the Diplomatic Corps reception at Buckingham Palace this evening
41-year-old Duchess of Sussex said that she didn’t know what ‘formality” was behind closed doors, and that she is a “hugger”, which she didn’t realize was ‘jarring’ for some Brits.
She She admitted that she was surprised to learn that there is a forward facing way of being, and then you close your door.
“I realized that the formality on one side carried over to the other. The forward-facing way of being is what you see, and then you close the door and say, “OK, let’s relax!” I was surprised to discover that this formality is maintained on both sides.
Harry has accused the royals of having a ‘huge level of unconscious bias’ and colluding with a media that wanted to ‘destroy’ Meghan, as well as slighting his father and brother about their choices of bride.
A royal expert insists that Prince Harry’s claim to Meghan that he chose to marry her because it was ‘from the heart’ and not because she “would fit the mold” is ‘implicitly false’.
After their 2018 wedding, Prince Harry & Meghan Markle walk down the steps to Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel.
He said his decision to marry Meghan set him apart from his family because it was ‘from his heart’ and not because she ‘would fit the mould’.
“I believe that there is a temptation for many people in the family to marry someone who fits the mold, rather than someone you are destined to be with.
“The difference between making decisions with the head and your heart is what you should be doing. My mum made the majority of her decisions from her heart, if she didn’t make them all. And I am also my mother’s child.
Some people perceive the comments as a slight against his brother. Others say it’s an observation on his father’s unhappy marriage with Diana before he married Camilla, who is now Queen Consort.
After nearly a decade of marriage, William and Kate got married in 2011. Above: The couple on the Buckingham Palace balcony following their wedding
Charles, who was still married with Diana, is well-known for being romantically involved with Camilla. He tied the knot with her in 2005 (pictured).
The Prince and Princess Of Wales, photographed at last year’s Westminster Abbey event, which was also broadcast live on Christmas Eve