The Royal Family have arrived at Kate Middleton's Christmas carol service in support of the Princess of Wales just a few hours after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dropped more bombshells about The Firm.
King Charles III, Prince William, the Prince of Wales, and Camilla, the Queen Consort were all in attendance for the Together at Christmas event at Westminster Abbey.
Despite the Duke and Duchess of Sussex releasing a fresh slew of claims about various senior Royals with the last three episode of their documentary series on Netflix, the rest of the family put on brave faces.
The King and Queen Consort and Prince of Wales are all set to be pictured smiling and waving as they enter the church, showing a united front for the Princess of Wales' new annual tradition.
Kate and William's children Prince George and Princess Charlotte are also set to make an appearance for the festive event.
Kate looked gorgeous in a burgundy and plum fit and flare dress that featured a V neck style as she was pictured walking past a row of lit Christmas trees to the concert.
The Princess matched her look with a pair of suede heeled shoes and a glittery clutch bag, and accessorised with what appeared to be drop ruby gem earrings.
With her brunette locks styled into their usual bouncy blow dried curls, Kate smiled to onlookers as she geared up for a night of festive cheer.
Soon after, Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, and her sister Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi followed into the church, smiling as they went.
Both Princesses wrapped up warm in thick coats and boots for the evening, while Sophie, the Countess of Wessex was then seen followed in an elegant white trench coat.
Underneath, Prince Edward's wife was sporting a turtleneck jumper and matching smart trousers, which she finished with a pair of tan boots.
Earlier on in the day, the Prince and Princess of Wales shared a sweet Christmassy post on their Instagram Stories as the family prepared for the special event.
Alongside pictures of a stuffed Paddington Bear on the church's Christmas tree, the couple posted their plans for the evening.
"Getting ready to welcome our guests, celebrating those who have gone above and beyond in their communities and paying tribute to Her Late Majesty The Queen," it read.
There was also a video of a drawing of the monumental building, which is where William and Kate got married in 2011.
Performers at the carol service included Melanie C, who beamed as she arrived at the event in a white trouser suit.
It comes as Harry & Meghan unleashed a number of claims against members of the Royal Family and how the institution was run with the last three episodes in their documentary series.
During one segment, Prince Harry appeared to claim he and wife Meghan were "doing the job better" than his elder brother and his wife during the height of their time as senior royals.
Speaking during episode four, Harry said: “The issue is when someone who is marrying in, who should be a supporting, a supporting act, is then stealing the limelight, or doing the job better than a person that was born to do this.
"That just upsets people as it shifts the balance," the Royal claimed.
As images of Kate and his father King Charles then showed across the screen while carrying out royal engagements, the Duke continued: "Because you've been led to believe that the only way that your charities can succeed and the only way that your reputation can be grown or improved is if you're on the front page of those newspapers."
Harry didn't refer to his brother by name in the sequence, but he appeared to be referring to William when he used the term “born to do this” – as the Prince of Wales is next in line to the throne.
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