Prince George and Princess Charlotte sang out loud during their mother’s Christmas celebration, in which the Queen’s memorial was honored.
The future king and his sister hold candles as they participate in a festive evening at Westminster Abbey earlier this month.
George and Charlotte were among more than 1,800 people at the television service, which aired on ITV1 on Christmas Eve and narrated by Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Kate was seen at one point putting a comforting arm around Charlotte’s shoulders, while the Prince of Wales placed a guiding hand on his son George’s back.
Kate dedicated the carol ceremony to the late Queen, paying tribute to the “incredible legacy” she said has “deeply inspired many of us”.
Introducing the programme, Kate, who leads the service with support from the Royal Foundation, said she was “delighted” to be back at the convent for her second year.
She said: “This Christmas will be our first without the late Queen Elizabeth.
“His Majesty takes Christmas very seriously, as a time to bring people together and remind us of the importance of faith, friendship and family, while showing empathy and compassion. hidden.
“This year, we invited hundreds of inspirational individuals to join the service.
“Those who embody the power of connection and community values, allow us to continue the Queen’s tradition of recognizing and thanking those who go above and beyond to support others.
“The Queen has left us with an incredible legacy and one that has deeply inspired many of us.”
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During her service, images of the late Queen through the ages appeared on a grand piano in the instrumental version of In The Bleak Midwinter.
The ceremony was attended by many members of the royal family including the King and Queen, Countess of Wessex, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie as well as Zara and Mike Tindall.
Among the performers was the Westminster Abbey choir, singers Craig David and Alfie Boe and Melanie C duet, while William and Dame Kristin Scott Thomas delivered speeches.
A Christmas tree in the convent is decorated with small Paddington Bear decorations, like the famous sketch of the late Queen, while guests are greeted with snowflakes in the air from the machine. make snow when they reach the entrance.
The service comes on December 15, just hours after the finale of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s controversial documentary was released on Netflix.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/george-and-charlotte-in-full-voice-for-kates-christmas-eve-carol-service-42242982.html George and Charlotte in full voice for Kate’s Christmas Eve carol service