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Prince William and Princess Kate interrupt Christmas break to send heart-warming message

Together with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, the Prince and Princess of Wales are currently taking advantage of the Christmas break.

But on Wednesday, the devoted parents took some time away from their household for a very special reason.


Together at Christmas will air on Christmas Eve
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William and Catherin discussed the experiences of some of the spectators at the concert Together at Christmas, held last week at Westminster Abbey and broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve.

The couple’s official social media account posted a touching Twitter thread that started with the words: “#TogetherAtChristmas is all about shining a light on people doing selfless and often life-changing things in their communities.

“It was a pleasure to welcome so many to Westminster Abbey last week, and we wanted to tell you a few of their stories in this thread…”

“Robbie Fletcher from Leicestershire raised more than £10,000 for @LorosHospice in memory of his Mom,” it continued, along with images of each of the people mentioned. “We were thrilled to extend an invitation to him and his father Jamie to celebrate #TogetherAtChristmas with us.”


The Wales family entering the Abbey
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“It was great to see the team behind @SportsKey5 again – their work supporting the mental and physical wellbeing of young people in and around Birmingham changes so many lives.

“Giving a home to a Ukrainian refugee family of seven, Hazel Yarlett and her husband also helped find the children schools and contribute to music and other extra-curricular activities to support them”.

The admiring remarks from the royal couple’s fans were swift, with some of them reading: “Thank you and your family for your service to this country. Beautiful family so dignified and well loved. Wishing you a very Happy Christmas,” and: “Merry Christmas to all”.


The monarch will spend the festive season at Sandringham
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In addition to carols sung by the choir, the service will feature readings by Prince William, Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, Hugh Bonneville, and Kadeena Cox as well as music by Craig David, Alexis French, Samantha Barks, and an exclusive duet by Alfie Boe and Mel C.

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