Camilla looked wonderfully elegant. But Kate stole the show in her tailored fedora

Royals fashion verdict: Camilla looked wonderfully stylish. But Kate stole the show in her tailored fedora

  • The royal family stepped out for the traditional St. Mary Magdalene service
  • Queen Consort Camilla opted for Anna Valentine with the Queen’s Late Brooch
  • The Princess of Wales stole the day in a recycled Alexander McQueen ensemble

For the first time in three years, the royal family has been reunited at Sandringham.

It’s the first Christmas in seven decades without the Queen on the throne, but age-old royal traditions continue, including annual attendance at the Christmas service at St Mary Magdalene’s Church – with every member of the family immaculately presented.

King Charles, dressed in an elegant camel coat, was joined by Camilla, who looked wonderfully elegant in a blue cashmere dress and coat by Anna Valentine, adorned with a diamond brooch that once belonged to the late queen.

She paired it with a color-matched Philip Treacy hat and black suede boots.

King Charles, dressed in an elegant camel coat, was joined by Queen Consort Camilla outside the church near Sandringham

Camilla looked wonderfully stylish in a blue cashmere dress and coat by Anna Valentine, adorned with a diamond brooch that once belonged to the late Queen

Camilla looked wonderfully stylish in a blue cashmere dress and coat by Anna Valentine, adorned with a diamond brooch that once belonged to the late Queen

The king, who wore an elegant camel coat, led the royal family to church on Christmas morning, a family tradition

The king, who wore an elegant camel coat, led the royal family to church on Christmas morning, a family tradition

Her statement earrings cost £100 from Parisian fashion label Sezane, but it was her fabulous feathered fedora that stole the show

Her statement earrings cost £100 from Parisian fashion label Sezane, but it was her fabulous feathered fedora that stole the show

The elegant Princess of Wales did not disappoint with her beautiful Alexander McQueen cut.

It’s not the first time the mother of three has worn this bespoke design; she had already been seen there on a walk in Bradford in January 2020. Clearly a fashionable and functional piece that keeps out the cold.

Kate wore dark brown suede boots with a block heel. They’re on sale at Russell & Bromley, reduced from £545 to £270, and are sure to sell out after this release.

Princess Charlotte's £160 Trotters Heritage burgundy double-breasted coat is the one she wore to Kate's Together during the Christmas Carol service at Westminster Abbey on December 15

Princess Charlotte’s £160 Trotters Heritage burgundy double-breasted coat is the one she wore to Kate’s Together during the Christmas Carol service at Westminster Abbey on December 15

Prince Louis wore matching burgundy shorts, which he cheekily showed off as he lifted his classic £182 navy coat by Ancar

Prince Louis wore matching burgundy shorts, which he cheekily showed off as he lifted his classic £182 navy coat by Ancar

Kate wore dark brown suede boots with a block heel.  They are on sale at Russell & Bromley

Her drop earrings are £100 from Parisian fashion brand Sezane

Her drop earrings are £100 from Parisian fashion brand Sezane. Kate wore dark brown suede boots with a block heel. They’re on sale at Russell & Bromley, reduced from £545 to £270, and are sure to sell out after this release.

It was her fabulous feathered fedora, believed to be a bespoke design by Philip Treacy, that stole the show

It was her fabulous feathered fedora, believed to be a bespoke design by Philip Treacy, that stole the show

Her drop earrings are £100 from Parisian fashion label Sezane, but it was her fabulous feathered fedora, believed to be a bespoke design by Philip Treacy, that stole the show.

Daughter Charlotte’s £160 Trotters Heritage burgundy double-breasted coat is the one she wore to Kate’s Together during the Christmas Carol service at Westminster Abbey on December 15, while her younger brother Louis wore shorts matching burgundy, which he cheekily showed off by lifting his classic £182 navy coat by Ancar.

With Kate’s moss-colored coat, the family showcased the classic Christmas combination of red and green.

While some of us barely got out of our pajamas on Christmas Day, the Royal Family’s commitment to public service – in style – was unwavering.

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