The Duchess of Cambridge's community carol service at Westminster Abbey has brought out plenty of royals—and some perfect outerwear.
Princess Beatrice arrived at the event hand in hand with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. She wore a wool camel coat by the Fold, accessorized with dark-blue velvet platform heels, a circular red leather purse, and a red velvet headband by Jennifer Behr. Meanwhile, Mozzi looked suave in a sophisticated blue suit.
Other royal attendees included Prince William; Beatrice's sister, Princess Eugenie, and her husband, Jack Brooksbank; Sophie, Countess of Wessex; and Zara and Mike Tindall. The Duchess of Cambridge's family also attended the carol service, including mom Carole Middleton, brother James Middleton, and his wife, Alizée Thevenet.
The event, called Royal Carols: Together at Christmas, is supported by The Royal Foundation and was developed in partnership with Westminster Abbey and BBC Studios Events Productions, with an aim to honor "the incredible work of individuals and organisations across the nation who have stepped up to support their communities through the pandemic," per an earlier statement from Kensington Palace.
Viewers of the carol service can expect musical performances and entertainment from Westminster Abbey's choir, as well as a variety of other guests representing people of all faiths.
On Instagram last month, the duchess posted a preview of the event's official invitation. The picture shows a white invitation card with black lettering that also bears Kate's royal insignia: the letter C with a crown.
"The service, which will be broadcast in December, will look back on the last eighteen months, to think not only of the unprecedented challenges that we have all faced as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, but also to remember the positives," the caption read at the time. "People and organisations pulling together in their communities, the small acts of kindness across different demographics and generations, and the unsung heroes who stepped up to help others."