Three months after the queen's funeral, the British royals reunited at London's Westminster Abbey for the Princess of Wales' second annual Christmas concert.
King Charles and Camilla, Queen Consort, were there along with most of the royals, with the visible exception of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
With the British media having a field day following the release of three more episodes of the Sussexes' bombshell Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, the royals put on a united front.
Kate and her husband, Prince William, arrived at the venue with their two eldest children, Prince George (9) and Princess Charlotte (7), leaving little Prince Louis (4) at home.
The family donned perfectly coordinated outfits, with mother and daughter wearing matching burgundy tones — Kate in a dress by Eponine London and Charlotte in a coat by Trotters.
William and George both donned suits, with the Prince of Wales' tie matching his wife and daughter's outfits.
Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank were also there as were her sister, Princess Beatrice, and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Zara Tindall and husband Mike were seen among the guests, together with Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Lord Frederick Windsor and his wife, Sophie Winkleman, as well as Lady Gabriella Kingston and her husband, Thomas.
Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, also attended along with her sister, Pippa.
The church was filled with festive decorations as the Abbey Choir sang a few of the country's most cherished carols. There were also performances by Craig David and Les Misérables star Samantha Barks, and a duet from opera singer Alfie Boe and Spice Girl Melanie C.
The royals were joined in celebration by frontline workers, community volunteers, military members and charity staff.
The late queen was also honoured at the concert, with a message in the programme reading, “This carol service is dedicated to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and to all those who are sadly no longer with us. Her late Majesty's strongly held values of duty, compassion and faith have guided the creation of this service."
A video was also played showing how the queen's annual Christmas speech was one of the highlights of many people's festive celebrations.
The royals celebrated in joy despite having the concert on the same day as the release of the final three episodes of Harry and Meghan's documentary.
SOURCES: PEOPLE.COM, MIRROR.UK.CO, TATLER.COM