Even in the royal family, Christmas usually begins in the small hours of the morning for most parents.
Kate Middleton said in a video broadcast to Twitter that she had already been up for hours getting ready for the major holiday when she greeted supporters after the Christmas church service on Sunday.
The well-wisher asked India, a little girl who had presented her with a bouquet, how her morning was doing.
“Thank you so much, I’ve had a fantastic morning.” As another witness enquired about her children’s gifts, the 40-year-old made a joke about getting an early start this morning. The mother of three said, “They received many nice gifts, thank you very much.
Kate Middleton Had A Very Early Morning
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex did share a holiday watercolor painting on social media, though Middleton didn’t go into detail about the items under the tree this year. Another monochrome moment occurred when a third person disclosed the crowd had gambled on what color Middleton would wear for the holiday as she was leaving.
Middleton embraced the holiday spirit in a variety of green outfits, including a stunning green hat with a feather, a green ribbed Mango dress, and an old coat dress by Alexander McQueen.
She finished the ensemble with all-brown accessories, including leather gloves, a matching clutch, and a pair of suede boots. On Christmas Day, while his mother addressed well-wishers outside St. Mary Magdalene’s church, the 4-year-old prince was photographed tugging on Kate Middleton’s sleeve in an attempt to urge her to stop talking and get things along.
The excursion was the first time that the youngest son of the Prince and Princess of Wales attended the royal family’s customary Christmas church service with his parents, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte.