Since sensationally leaving the Royal Family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made a number of explosive claims.
They revealed that one firm employee made a comment about the color of their unborn son Archie’s skin during their all-encompassing Oprah Winfrey interview. He described a physical altercation between himself and Prince Harry in his contentious memoir Spare. Along with Zara Tindall, Pippa Matthews, and her sister-in-law the Princess of Wales, the couple used their explosive Netflix docuseries to make even more accusations. One of Meghan’s claims appeared to be subtly refuted just days after it was broadcast.
In the third episode of the docuseries, Meghan explained that her customary color scheme of “camel, beige, white” was a deliberate decision and that she had chosen not to wear bright colors during her reign as queen. She remarked, “From what I understand, if there is a group event, you can never wear the same color as Her Majesty.” I used muted tones a lot, but it also allowed me to blend in. Like I’m not attempting to draw attention to myself.
However, a week after the episode was over, that theory seemed to have been disproved by several sartorial selections at an important family gathering. A large number of royals attended Kate’s annual Christmas Carol concert at Westminster Abbey. She chose a festive Eponine London deep burgundy coat for the occasion, which she wore with matching colored clutch bags and shoes.
She wasn’t the only royal attending the Christmas service who wore the same color, though. The same color coat was worn by William, Harry’s cousin Zara Talso, and even Princess Charlotte, the daughter of Kate. Pippa, Kate’s sister, also wore a coat in the same intense red color, despite not being royalty. Meanwhile, Mike Tindall, the husband of Zara, and William both wore burgundy ties when it came to the men.
Midwives and nursery teachers will be among the attendees at Kate’s Christmas carol service this year, which will honor those who support young children and families, it has been revealed.
Members of the royal family will attend Kate’s now customary festive event, and the King and Queen, along with the princess’ husband William and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, are likely to join the congregation as they did last year. The Westminster Abbey service, which will take place on December 8 and be broadcast on ITV1 on Christmas Eve, will feature performers like Beverley Knight and Adam Lambert, multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier, performer Freya Ridings, and singer-songwriter James Bay.
People of all faiths and none will be included in the service, which will feature the Westminster Abbey choir singing some of the country’s favorite carols. The service will be a reflection of Kate’s January-launched Shaping Us campaign, which aims to emphasize the importance of children during their formative years.