Even if the British royal family is bubbling up: Princess Kate (40) presents herself in the Christmas spirit.
On social media, the royals shared a video of Kate happily decorating a Christmas tree just before the Christmas Carol Concert she was presenting.
Kate will present the Christmas carol concert with the world-famous Abbey Choir on December 15 for the first time since becoming Princess of Wales after the death of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). British television will air "Royal Carols: Together at Christmas" on Christmas Eve.
In the short video that the royals posted on their Instagram stories, the princess in the wool sweater can be seen beaming as she carries out the final touches on a festively decorated Christmas tree to the tune of lively Christmas music. It says: "The final preparations before the Together at Christmas Carol service tomorrow."
The concert is designed to recognize the efforts of communities across the UK and emphasize the importance of supporting one another. It is designed to combine both traditional and modern elements and to reach people of all faiths or no faith. Paying tribute to the late Queen is also to be held in Westminster Abbey.
However, the festive event is overshadowed by the headlines about the Netflix documentary "Harry