Kate Middleton Pulls Out the Winter Whites for Christmas Caroling

The British Royal Family is getting in the Christmas spirit with some good old fashioned caroling at Westminster Abbey. But nobody was more ready to celebrate the giving season than Kate Middleton. This year marked the Princess of Wales’s third annual “Together at Christmas” celebration, which she hosts in honor of those supporting children during their early development, and will be broadcasted on Christmas Eve.

In a promo for the special released today, Middleton wore a white sequin boucle jacket with a pearl trim from Self Portrait. She kept up her all-white theme for the event itself, which was filmed tonight in London.

The Princess wore a calf-grazing white coat over a white crew neck sweater. She kept her look monochromatic—a recurring theme in her wardrobe as of late—with a pair of high-waisted white trousers fastened with a gold, double button closure. She kept accessories to a minimum, carrying a petite Mosaic bag from Scottish brand Strathberry, which retails for $605. As for her jewelry, she opted for a pair of dangly Van Cleef & Arpels earrings, with two white Alhambras on each ear.

Kate Middleton was joined by the rest of her family, who also dressed for the occasion. Prince William and Prince George both looked dignified in coordinating navy suits, ties, and black Oxfords, while Prince Louis opted for a pair of adorable booties with his suit. Princess Charlotte dressed on-theme in a burgundy coat-dress that matched William’s tie (as well as a ribbon in her hair), black tights, and patent leather Mary-Janes. Wonder what their favorite song of the night was.

Getty Images