Prince William and Princess Kate's youngest child attended the annual Christmas Day church outing with the royal family for the first time last year
Prince Louis may be set for a royal first!
Over the weekend, the palace confirmed that Kate Middleton will host her third annual Christmas carol concert at Westminster Abbey on Dec. 8. After kicking off the new tradition in 2021, the Princess of Wales was supported at the event by Prince George and Princess Charlotte, her two eldest children with Prince William, last year — and it's possible that Prince Louis will tag along for his big debut at the event this year.
While Prince George, 10, and Princess Charlotte, 8, have accompanied their parents at royal events for several years, 5-year-old Prince Louis is only recently old enough for such outings.
Some signs that Prince Louis will be at this year's carol concert include his attendance at some major events over the past few months. Although George and Charlotte attended the annual Christmas Day church outing with the royals for the first time in 2019, Louis made his debut at the royal staple just last year.
He joined his parents and Princess Charlotte for the procession into Westminster Abbey, adorably holding hands with his big sister. (Prince George entered apart from the rest of his family as he was acting as a Page of Honor to his grandfather along with three other boys.)
Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte took in the spectacle of the crowning ceremony together, quietly whispering when something caught their attention. But in a relatable moment, Prince Louis was caught on camera letting out a big yawn. Although he left the crowning ceremony for a small portion, a move that was likely planned.
Although Princess Kate's Christmas concert was confirmed over the weekend, royal watchers got a major clue to the event's date last month when the royal family’s Royal.UK website shared the event under upcoming engagements for Prince Richard and Birgitte, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.
At the inaugural Royal Carols: Together At Christmas concert on Dec. 8, 2021, Kate surprised viewers with her first public piano performance. The royal hit the keys to accompany Tom Walker as he sang "For Those Who Can't Be Here."
"Music was very important to the [then] Duchess during the lockdowns," a royal source said at the time. "She also recognizes the powerful way in which music brings people together — especially during difficult times. For these reasons, she was keen to be part of Tom's performance in this way."
Though the Princess of Wales didn’t play piano at the 2022 show at Westminster Abbey last Dec. 15, the festive event was again held to bring together members of the royal family with charity staff, community volunteers, frontline workers, military personnel and more to "celebrate the joy that human connection can bring," Buckingham Palace said in a release at the time.
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"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 message inside the program for Royal Carols: Together at Christmas read.
As the service began, a film played highlighting how the late Queen was at the heart of Christmas Day for so many people with her annual holiday address.
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