The wife of the future king of Great Britain, Prince William, Kate Middleton, whom hackers recently tried to blackmail with her husband, attended the traditional Christmas concert “Together for Christmas” in Westminster Abbey.
Together with her and Prince William, their children attended the concert: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Kate Middleton appeared at the concert in a white monochrome look: trousers from the British brand Holland Cooper and a Saville Rowe coat. She completed the look with a white Strathberry Mosaic bag, Gianvito Rossi shuttle shoes and Van Cleef & Arpels earrings, British media write.
All commentators really liked the princess’s outfit: they called it worthy of celebrating Christmas and other New Year’s holidays.
Before the concert began, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis sent Christmas cards to children stranded on Christmas Eve.
At the same time, the youngest son of the Prince and Princess of Wales again attracted attention. Louis tried to ask for the candle, which was in the hands of his sister, Princess Charlotte.
And this episode immediately became a meme on the Internet.
Journalists note that Prince Louis, fourth in line to the throne, often attracts the public’s attention during joint royal appearances thanks to his mischievous behavior and facial expressions. But while he is still small, he can easily get away with such pampering. Therefore, this idea was received quite friendly by the British.
The British are also closely watching Princess Charlotte, who inherited one of Kate Middleton’s talents. The girl began to learn to play the piano, and she is very successful at it.
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