Prince and Princess of Wales put on a united front at Christmas carol concert

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Prince William makes plea for ‘togetherness’ at Westminster Abbey, hours after Duke of Sussex launches most direct accusations yet.

On Thursday evening, the King, Queen Consort, Prince and Princess of Wales and the wider family assembled at Westminster Abbey in an unmistakable show of unity intended to demonstrate their focus.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined their parents for the Together at Christmas carol concert, coordinating festive burgundy and cream outfits with their royal relatives.

The royals greeted by cheers from the public, including shouts of “Kate, we love you” and “Prince William, we love you”.

During the service, arranged by the Princess of Wales for 2,000 members of the public who had worked to help others, the Prince spoke of how Jesus “inspired people to commit themselves to the best interests of others” with a mission to “serve, not be served”.

Quoting from Queen Elizabeth II’s 2012 Christmas Speech, he said: “At Christmas, I am always struck by how the spirit of togetherness lies also at the heart of the Christmas story.”

Prince and Princess of Wales put on a united front at Christmas carol concert
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