The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the annual Christmas mass in Sandringham with the rest of the royal family.
When leaving the Church once that mass was over Kate collected several of bouquets from well-wishers along with answering the question on everyone’s mind, “Where was Prince George?” The answer was that he was back at the house with his nanny. It seemed like he really enjoyed Christmas, but was more interested in the wrapping paper than the actual presents. At the church the Duchess wore a green and blue tartan coat by Alexander McQueen and a green felt hat by Gina Foster, and her go to black sueded heeled boots.
But for the private church service earlier in the day. The Duchess was seen curtseying to the Queen. She wore a cream coat, with a red tartan shawl, and black gloves.
In the Queen’s yearly Christmas address she talked about the newest addition to the family and what hope that it brings. She also showed never before seen footage of the christening.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leaving the Church in Sandringham.
The Duchess and the Queen earlier in the day for a private mass for the royal family.
The Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Harry leaving the Church. The Prince sported a trimmed down version of the beard he grew for his trek in Antarctica.
The Duchess receiving flowers from the crowd when leaving the church.
The Queen of England wearing a burnt orange overcoat and a black fur hat and gloves leaving the church service.
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