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Princess of Wales sends a sweet tweet to adorable boy who attended her Christmas carol concert

A young fan that Princess of Wales met at this evening’s carol service has received a tweet from the royal couple.

This evening, as she addressed attendees at Westminster Abbey for her “Together at Christmas” carol service, the royal came across a young boy named Theo in the audience.

“How’s it going? The Princess knelt down next to the child who was beaming at her and said, “Nice to see you!”


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Before asking the father if he had seen the London buses and Paddington bear toys, Catherine, 40, shook hands with the boy’s mother and waved at him.

The Princess asked the star-struck fan, who nodded: “If you see him, will you say “Hi” to him for me?”

She then said, “Thank you for traveling so far,” and added, “I hope you enjoy it.”

After the service, Theo received a personal tweet from the Prince and Princess of Wales saying, “Theo, great to see you again and so glad you could join us tonight!”


All the Christmas trees were donated by His Majesty The King
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Senior Royal Family members put on a united front at the service tonight, just hours after Harry and Meghan dropped more “truth bombs” in the explosive conclusion of their Netflix mini-series, accusing the King of “lying” and Prince William of “screaming” at his brother.

For a beaming Catherine, who arrived early for her Together at Christmas concert just before 4.20 pm, it was business as usual. Later, she reappeared to walk with her family. She put a reassuring hand on Prince George’s back as they entered the service hand-in-hand with his sister Princess Charlotte and his father, the Prince of Wales,  while the crowds chanted, “Kate and William, we love you!”

In a burgundy coat dress thought to have been created by London-based Eponine, Catherine nailed holiday dressing as she chatted with famous people and gave enthusiastic kids high fives.

She showed she was the queen of color coordination by teaming the elegant dress with complementary drop ruby earrings, a shimmering clutch, matching gloves, and burgundy heels.

In matching outfits, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, resembled their parents William and Catherine as they arrived at the event.


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Thought to be the same young boy the couple met in September as part of their first official Royal tour of Wales since receiving their Wales titles, the Princess greeted him at the Abbey tonight.

The young boy presented a bouquet of pink roses to the Princess of Wales while wearing his school tie and uniform.

The royal couple, who had met the young boy at the neighborhood RNLI Lifeboat station, knelt down to accept the flowers and engaged him in a brief conversation.

“We were actually on our way to school when I changed my mind and decided to bring him down here for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” – the young boy’s mother recalled.

“And now he has just met the future king. Today’s visit is history. We had to be here.”


William watches as his wife is presented with a posy of flowers by a young boy in Anglesey
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For the concert tonight, which was held in the abbey to honor the “selfless efforts of individuals, families, and communities across the UK, and celebrate and showcase the joy that human connection and togetherness can bring,” more than 1,800 people showed up.

The second carol service Catherine has led is in memory of the late Queen and the values she upheld throughout her life, according to Kensington Palace, including “duty, empathy, faith, service, kindness, compassion, and support for others.”


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However, the concluding episode of Harry and Meghan’s explosive Netflix docuseries was also released today.

The Sussexes have made hurtful comments about Prince William and King Charles in their most recent Netflix shows and have asserted that they were prevented from seeing them prior to Megxit.

In addition, Harry claimed that his relatives were displeased and envious of Meghan’s fame because she was “doing the job better” and “stealing the limelight” from “those born to do it.”

Both Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace declined to offer any comments on the series.

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