Kate and Meghan put on united front for Christmas Day service

Danielle Stacey
Royal Correspondent

Despite rumours of an ongoing feud between the Cambridges and Sussexes, the ‘Fab Four’ put on a united front this Christmas Day as they reunited in Sandringham and were spotted walking side by side to the annual church service at St Mary Magdalene.

It’s the first time we’ve seen the Fab Four together since the Remembrance Day services in November and local well-wishers gathered to greet the royal couples.

The Cambridges and Sussexes were joined by the Prince of Wales as they walked to church [Photo: PA]

If there was any hint of the rumoured rift between them, it certainly didn’t show as they laughed and chatted together.

Kate wore a new double-breasted burgundy coat with a velvet collar by Catherine Walker, with a matching £830 (AU$1495) Jane Taylor halo band.

Kate and Meghan looked festive as they walked to the service [Photo: PA]

She teamed it with her Gianvito Rossi 105 pumps in the Bordeaux colourway, her Mulberry Bayswater clutch bag and burgundy gloves. She also wore her £5,000 Asprey oak leaf earrings and what appeared to be a new floral brooch.

Meanwhile, her husband William was wrapped up in a dark coat and a grey scarf.

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Meghan, who is around six months pregnant, wore a navy coat and knee-high boots by British fashion designer Victoria Beckham while Harry donned a suit with a light blue tie.

The foursome were also joined by the Prince of Wales, who celebrated his 70th birthday last month.

His wife Camilla was not seen at today’s service, after missing an appearance at the Olympia Horse Show last week due to a heavy cold. It’s believed that the Duchess of Cornwall is still recovering from the bug.

Following the service, the royals stopped to talk to well-wishers who greeted Kate and Meghan with flowers.

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The Queen, 92, arrived for the service via car, dressed in a grey coat with pink accents and a matching feathered hat.

The Duke of Edinburgh was also not present at today’s service as Prince Philip, 97, retired from public duties last year and instead will be spending the day privately with his family.

The Queen arrives for the annual Christmas Day Service [Photo: Getty]

Her Majesty was also joined by other members of her family at the service, including Princess Beatrice and newlyweds Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

After church, the royals returned to Sandringham House and tuck into a traditional turkey lunch with all the trimmings, before sitting down to watch the Queen’s speech at 3pm.

In the evening, there is usually a buffet and the royals usually don formal wear for the occasion.

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