The royal arrived at St. Mary Magdalene Church with her husband, Prince William, and two of the couple's three children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The Cambridges were also photographed talking with members of the crowd who had gathered to meet them outside the church.
According to Metro, mother-daughter duo Karen and Rachel Anvil met the royals on Christmas Day, and Kate even revealed a regret she had about wearing such a heavy coat. Karen told the publication, "Kate was talking to my daughter about clothes and how she was feeling too hot, she said, 'I really shouldn't have worn this.'"
And that's not all. The mother and daughter gave Charlotte a sweet gift. Per Karen, "I'm there talking to Charlotte about dolls and my daughter's talking about fashion with Kate. It wasn't fake it was a genuine discussion, it was about a minute but it was tailored to my daughter, it was like speaking to a friend."
In fact, Karen and Rachel were so impressed with meeting the Cambridges that this isn't the first time they've waited for the royal family on Christmas Day. Of the Cambridge children, Karen explained, "You can tell they were raised well. They're not stuffy, they're not uptight. They've got fantastic parents, their parents have been all about talking to the public and they are very empathetic."
From Harper's Bazaar US