A warm-hearted welcome! Kate’s first-ever public curtsey to King Charles has royal fans excited
Kate Middleton’s first-ever public curtsy to King Charles sent royal fans mad last night.
The Princess of Wales hosted her second Together At Christmas concert last night, due to be broadcast on ITV on December 24, with a host of senior members of the royal family including the monarch.
When the king arrived at Westminster Abbey, the mother-of-three gave him a kiss on both cheeks before curtseying deeply.
Many of the viewers went wild at the moment, writing: “Nice to see this event and pay due respect to the King and Queen so easily. I’m delighted they were there to support our Princess of Wales.”
Kate Middleton’s first-ever public curtsey to King Charles sent royal fans into a wild mood last night as the Queen plunged into a deep bath while welcoming him to her Christmas concert
Meanwhile, another added: “She curtseys to them with elegance and confidence, but as always, no fuss. An example for everyone.”
A third commented: “That actually choked me a bit. Catherine is the epitome of grace and loyalty, how lucky is William.”
Another wrote: “I’m crying. What respect [moment]. She deserves everything, a Princess of Wales.”
Another added: “Kate will make a wonderful future queen.”
The Princess of Wales last night hosted her second Together At Christmas concert, which was broadcast on ITV on December 24, and was attended by a number of senior royals including the monarch
‘Such an elegant show of respect.’
One added: “That actually choked me a bit. Catherine is the epitome of grace and loyalty. How lucky is William.”
In the clip, Charles can be seen giving a warm greeting to Kate, who beams at him as she kisses him on both cheeks.
Meanwhile, she curtseyed him deeply before rubbing his arm affectionately.
Plenty of royal fans hailed the moment, calling the King and Queen consort “enchanting” and Kate “the epitome of grace”.
She gave a similar family welcome to Camilla, who seemed overjoyed to be able to attend the event.
Charles greeted his grandchildren, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and kissed them on both cheeks.
Brits showed their deep affection for the Prince and Princess of Wales when they arrived at Westminster Abbey last night after maintaining a dignified silence as Harry and Meghan went to war with them.
There were audible cheers from members of the public who shouted “We love you” to William and Kate as they stood in the cold to greet the King.
At the Abbey last night, William celebrated the “spirit of togetherness” for Christmas.
The princess kissed Charles on both cheeks before curtseying deeply in the church
Meanwhile, Kate offers the Queen Consort a similarly friendly greeting and takes a deep dive before they exchange a few words
Members of the royal family rallied in dignified displays of solidarity after Harry and Meghan repeatedly attacked the institution in their Netflix documentary.
Poignantly, William read a passage from the late Queen’s 2012 Christmas message, in which Her Majesty said she was “always gripped by the spirit of togetherness” at Christmas.
It was a time, she added, “when we remember that God sent his only Son to serve, not to be served.” Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have said they will not comment on Harry and Meghan’s claims – with the royal reportedly adamant never to watch the six-part series.
A royal source told the Daily Mirror: “Some startling claims have been made but the family is determined to stand together and maintain a dignified silence. You will not be dragged into a tut-for-tat series.’
Charles went on to greet his grandchildren, Charlotte and George, who attended the event last night with their parents
While the Palaces have declined to comment on the claims, sources have made it clear that the Sussexes’ decision to go public with family issues again is immensely saddening and frustrating.
There was no indication that William intended to contrast the flashy message with the example of his own brother hitting on his family in yesterday’s Netflix series. In fact, it was planned well before the documentary.
But it will have resonated with many of the 1,800 guests who gathered at the Abbey for the concert, which was staged to recognize the “selfless efforts of individuals, families and communities across Britain and to celebrate the joy and to show that can bring human connection and togetherness”. .
Kensington Palace said the Christmas service Together at Christmas, the second concert Kate has hosted, is dedicated to the late Queen and the values she has demonstrated throughout her life, including “duty, empathy, faith, service, kindness, compassion and support for others”. .
The palace said these principles were “shared and embodied by the inspirational guests who have been invited to the abbey in recognition of their tireless work in helping and caring for those around them”.
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