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Kate Middleton has re-worn her cozy CBeebies Bedtime Stories jumper to decorate a Christmas tree at Westminster Abbey ahead of the Royal Family's Carol service tomorrow evening.
- Kate Middleton looked cozy yet stylish as she decorated a Christmas tree at Westminster Abbey in preparation for her upcoming carol service, Royal Carols: Together at Christmas.
- In a video shared on the Prince and Princess of Wales's Twitter account, the 41-year-old appears to be wearing the same jumper from her Cbeebies Bedtime Stories appearance last February.
- In other royal news, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s first Christmas almost exposed their then-private relationship.
Kate Middleton has just worn the same jumper from her CBeebies Bedtime Stories appearance last February, proving once again that outfit repeats will never break royal protocol.
The Princess of Wales looked snug and stylish on Wednesday evening as she decorated a Christmas tree at Westminster Abbey in a promo video for ITV's Royal Carols: Together at Christmas. The 41-year-old will host the festive event for the second year in a row on December 15, much to the delight of her devout fanbase.
Kate will have undoubtedly spent the last month preparing for the special ceremony, which is expected to include a tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II along with plenty of A-list musical performances.
According to the Royal Foundation, the carol service at Westminster will also "recognize the selfless efforts of individuals, families, and communities across the UK, and celebrate and showcase the joy that human connection and togetherness can bring." Last year, Kate Middleton stole the show with her piano skills, after joining Tom Walker for a special rendition of his song, For Those Who Can't Be Here.
In a short video posted to Prince William and Kate Middleton's official Twitter yesterday, the Princess of Wales can be seen smiling as she adjusts baubles onto a Christmas tree in the hall of Westminster Abbey. The clip is captioned, "Final touches ahead of the #TogetherAtChristmas Carol Service tomorrow," and has already been viewed over 450k times.
Final touches ahead of the #TogetherAtChristmas Carol Service tomorrow 🎄 pic.twitter.com/mixjI8d5TDDecember 14, 2022
Eagle-eyed royal fans have already spotted a special detail in the update - Kate's CBeebies jumper.
The future Queen is rocking the same sweater she wore for her Bedtime Stories appearance in February, which saw her reading The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark by Jill Tomlinson at Kensington Palace for children across the UK.
The cream Fairisle Knit hails from British retailer Holland Cooper and features a grey and purple pattern, a super high rill neck, and gold buttoning along its cuffs. It's sadly sold out, having likely been scooped up already by Kate's loyal fashion followers.
Emma is a Lifestyle News Writer for woman&home. Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, she mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.
Emma holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin.
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