Carole and Michael Middleton, Pippa Matthews, James Middleton and his wife Alizee Thevenet also supported Kate’s carol service.
Sophie looked typically elegant in white wide-leg trousers teamed with a green top and long burgundy coat.
The Tindalls, both wearing navy, smiled as they arrived at the festive event.
Sophie and Eugenie pictured at the festive event
The Cambridges arrive at the carol service
Eugenie, who welcomed her first child with husband Jack Brooksbank in February, stunned in a dark green cape coat with gold buttons and knee-high black boots.
Beatrice and Edo, whose daughter Sienna was born in September, held hands as they walked into the Abbey.
Meanwhile, Kate was festive in red for her carol service, as William wore a tie in the same shade.
In a moving message for her Together at Christmas service, the Duchess said the Covid pandemic showed the “importance of simply being together”.
Sophie looked typically elegant in white wide-leg trousers teamed with a green top and burgundy coat
The Tindalls, both wearing navy, smiled as they arrived at the festive event
“Alongside this, we have seen how communities have come together to support those most in need.
“And through our separation from others, we have been reminded just how powerful human connection is to us all.
Beatrice and Edo held hands as they walked into the Abbey
Eugenie stunned in a dark green cape coat with gold buttons and knee-high black boots
“Just how much we need one another. And how loving and feeling a sense of belonging to one another can provide comfort in tough times. The importance of simply being together.”
Kate added: “Christmas is a time when we can reflect on the past, listen to one another, focus on the relationships that nurture us and build our resilience, so we can look forward to a brighter shared future.”
The concert reflects on the challenges of the Covid pandemic and pays tribute to the people and organisations who have supported communities throughout.
Kate hosted the Together at Christmas event
The guests included people in community networks, charitable organisations and the patronages of the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, and the Cambridges.
Those who William and Kate met and spent time with during recent engagements also attended, as were armed forces personnel involved in Operation Pitting – the UK’s evacuation of civilians from Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK