Kate Middleton: First Christmas without Queen Elizabeth II will be very different for family

The Princess of Wales paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II during a festive service at Westminster Abbey, the various tabloids of the Island write.

She said the British royal family’s first Christmas without the late monarch would be “very different”.

King Charles III, accompanied by Queen Consort Camilla, joined his son Prince William, his wife and other family members at the service at the Abbey, where his mother’s funeral was held in September.

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The Christmas service took place last week and will be broadcast on Saturday.

Middleton, who became Princess of Wales after Charles III ascended the throne, hosted the event and dedicated it to Elizabeth and “all those who are sadly no longer with us”.

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The Queen died on September 8 of this year. at the age of 96 after being on the throne for seven decades.

Her Majesty saw Christmas as a time that brought people together and reminded us of the importance of faith, friendship and family, and to show empathy and compassionPrince William’s wife said.

The family demonstrated unity at the service held on December 15 – the day the final episodes of the Netflix documentary series about Prince Harry and his wife Meghan aired, BTA reports.

The Duke of Sussex, who stepped down from royal duties in 2020, has made fresh criticism of his family on the show, including accusations against his older brother and Crown Prince William.

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