Kate Middleton shows off the perfect Curtsy figure for King Charles and Queen Camilla at the Christmas party
Kate Middleton is a balanced princess!
The Princess of Wales, 40, hosted her second annual Royal Carols: Together Christmas Ball at Westminster Abbey on Thursday, welcoming members of the royal family and society stars to an evening of music. Princess Kate entered the convent with Prince William and their two eldest children, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7 (younger brother Prince Louis, 4, stayed home!), as Kate’s impeccable tribute to King Charles III and the Queen was captured Camila on camera.
As seen in the snippet shared by Instagram fan account TeaTimeWithTheWales, the Princess of Wales kissed the monarch, 74, on both cheeks as they said hello, dropping her left leg backwards due to a bent. Kate did the same when she welcomed the Queen, who is 75, before the camera cut to Charles and Camilla as they hugged George, Charlotte and William inside the old chapel.
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According to the royal family’s website, which has not been fully updated following Queen Elizabeth’s death in September, “There are no mandatory rules of conduct when meeting the Queen or a member of the royal family, but many people like to observe traditional forms.”
“For men, this is a bow of the neck (of the head only) while women make a small bow. Others simply prefer to shake hands in the usual way,” says Page. Kate’s deep reverence for King Charles and Queen Camilla was a sign of respect at the public event, as they held the highest royal rank. Since George and Charlotte are children, they are not required by custom to bow or bow to the King and Queen.
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Kate’s second annual Christmas party is dedicated to Queen Elizabeth, and touches in her honor are woven throughout the service. At the start of the service, a film was shown highlighting that for many people the late Queen’s annual address was at the heart of Christmas Day. The time-honored tradition is now passed on to King Charles III as Sovereign.
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Prince William, 40, also read part of his late grandmother’s Christmas broadcast from 2012, where he opened up about how “esprit de corps” is integral to the Christmas story. A Paddington Bear ornament has also been installed on a Christmas tree inside Westminster, as seen in photos posted on The Prince and Princess of Wales’ Twitter the account.
Victoria Jones/Getty Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas speech was broadcast at Windsor Castle
The Queen became associated with Paddington Bear after sharing a hilarious skit with the character that aired during her Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June, and more than 1,000 Paddington and Bear teddy bears were left outside her royal residences in London and Windsor after her death. Buckingham Palace confirmed earlier that the bears would be cleaned and donated to children’s hospitals afterwards.
Princess Kate hosted her first Christmas concert at Westminster Abbey last year to celebrate the work of individuals and organizations across the UK who have supported their communities during the coronavirus pandemic. The Queen also gave her first public piano performance when she accompanied Scottish singer Tom Walker on “For Those Who Can’t Be Here”.
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Thursday’s party included hymns sung by Abby’s Choir and performances by Craig David, Les Miserables Superstar Samantha Parks and a duet between opera singer Alfie Poe and Spice Girl Melanie C.
The concert was filmed, and fans can tune in to The Magic (narrated by Catherine Zeta-Jones) when the special is broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve.
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