King Charles III: He leads the family to the Sandringham church service

After three years of being absent due to the pandemic, the British royals resumed their tradition and gathered for the Christmas service at St. Mary Magdalene Church. Duchess Kate and Duchess Sophie wore strikingly good looks despite the wintry temperatures.

Since the early hours of the morning, crowds have been gathering along the path to the church to receive and marvel at the royals. King Charles III led the way. with his wife Camilla to the family.

Right behind him was his son Prince William with his family wife Kate and children George, Charlotte and Louis. Prince Harry and Meghan were not there, they last attended the service in 2018, when they were still active members of the British royal family. But in addition to the high-ranking royals, Prince William’s cousins, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, and the brothers of King Charles III. Prince Edward and also Prince Andrew of the party.

It follows: King Charles III. first Christmas speech on TV

It’s the first Christmas for everyone without the late Queen Elizabeth II, who spent her final Christmas celebrations at Windsor Castle rather than the traditional Sandringham estate. Sandringham House has been the private home of British monarchs for more than 160 years. The service began at 11 a.m. UK time and ended after 45 minutes. The royals then accepted flowers and gifts from the waiting fans.

Later in the afternoon, the new king’s first Christmas message will be broadcast. This was taken on December 13 at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, where the late Queen was buried in September. It becomes King Charles III. be the first official Christmas speech on British TV.

Sources: Daily Mail, BBC