Kate Middleton shakes off Meghan Markle criticism to lead Royal family in tribute to Queen - 'So beautiful'

Kate Middleton will attend the ceremony on Thursday.
Kate Middleton will attend the ceremony on Thursday.

The image, shared by the Prince and Princess of Wales’ official Twitter account Kensington Royal, Kate is seen smiling while looking into the camera

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A new, behind-the-scenes snap of Kate Middleton has delighted fans as she is seen preparing for a Christmas carol service.

The image, shared by the Prince and Princess of Wales’ official Twitter account Kensington Royal, Kate is seen smiling while looking into the camera.

The Duchess is stood in a room adorned with festive decorations including a wreath and a Christmas tree with red, white and holden bows and baubles.

Royal fans have taken to social media to discuss the photo.

One said: “The Princess looks so beautiful. Can’t wait for this year’s Christmas concert.”

Another fan wrote: “Loving the garter fireplace in the Equerry office! Exciting, my friends are off to our local #TogetherAtChristmas.”

A third commented: “Wow, Princess of Wales looking stunning and classy.”

Kate is set to lead the second Together at Christmas special on Thursday.

The show will follow the highly-anticipated second instalment of Harry & Meghan, a Netflix docuseries by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex about their struggles as working royals.

Kate will lead the second Together at Christmas special on Thursday.
Kate will lead the second Together at Christmas special on Thursday.

The series has amassed widespread criticism with the couple appearing to direct criticism at William and Kate.

The Together at Christmas service will be held at Westminster Abbey and celebrate the importance of togetherness.

The Princess of Wales will continue to lead the initiative which she launched in 2021.

King Charles and Queen Camilla will also be attending the event in person, along with other members of the Royal Family.

Last year, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Zara and Mike Tindall and Princess Beatrice were among the family members who made appearances at the service.

The ceremony will also include a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who died at Balmoral Castle in September.