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Sophie Wessex's cream coat and roll-neck dress combo set the scene for her accessories to shine during an important Yuletide event. The Countess joined other Royal Family members at Westminster Abbey, for the Together at Christmas carol service.
- Sophie Wessex's cream coat and knitted dress were accessorized with a cute leopard clutch and knee-high tan leather boots that we cannot get enough of!
- The chic royal exemplifies that cozy can be chic when she attended an important evet in the Royal Family's festive calendar.
- In other royal news, Camilla's outfit choices since becoming Queen are getting better and better as she shines in the chicest bright white coat and citrine brooch.
Just when you thought Sophie Wessex's leather dress couldn't be beaten, Sophie Wessex's leather skirt and cream blouse blew fans away. However, it's crystal clear that this chic royal is far from done wowing fashion fans as her latest outfit proves.
You don't need to be a Countess to dress like one, as Sophie's stunning dress is from high street favorite Reiss.
The Countess joined fellow Royal Family members at the second annual Together at Christmas carol service, which is organized by the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton. As Queen Camilla's outfit choice for the event proves, it appears the royal protocol regarding wearing the same colors at events is a thing of the past.
Although it's organized by the upper echelons of the British aristocracy, this event is all about recognizing unsung heroes across the country. Supported by the Royal Foundation, Together at Christmas is an annual opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge the selfless efforts of individuals, families, and communities across the UK. The event serves to celebrate and platform the true joy that human connection and togetherness can bring.
This year's event pays tribute to the Countess' late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II, and the values the monarch displayed throughout her life and reign - duty, empathy, faith, service, kindness, compassion, and support for others. Held in Westminster Abbey, guests were afforded the opportunity to see fantastic performances and poignant readings from public figures too.
According to the Royal Family's website, the performance is due to be broadcast on ITV1 on Christmas Eve in a special titled Royal Carols: Together At Christmas. The Christmas special will be narrated by actor Catherine Zeta Jones and will feature musical performances by guests including Craig David, Alexis Ffrench and Samantha Barks, and a special duet from Alfie Boe and Melanie C. It will also feature emotive readings from speakers including Prince William, Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, Hugh Bonneville, and Kadeena Cox.
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