The Middleton Women Make a Fabulous Festive Appearance to Support Princess Kate

Leave it to the Middleton women to make joint fashion statements just in time for the holidays.

Tonight marks Princess Kate’s third annual Royal Carols: Together at Christmas event, a holiday carol service at Westminster Abbey. On the royal-studded guest list are some people close to the Princess of Wales’s heart: her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, and her younger sister, Pippa Middleton.

Accompanied by husband James Matthews, Pippa looked stylish in a jacket and tapered pants set made out of a colorful pink-and-black speckled tweed. The collarless jacket, which featured a belted waist tied off into a large black bow, was layered over a black blouse with a mock turtleneck. The younger Middleton sister accessorized with more black elements, including a velvet pouch clutch, suede pumps with a thick block heel, and a bow worn at the back of her half-up, half-down hairdo.

Matthews looked charming alongside his wife, wearing a suave dark blue suit with a white button-down and a patterned red tie.

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Meanwhile, the princess’s parents also looked stylish in their own takes on festive attire. Matriarch Carole opted for a black monochromatic ensemble, consisting of a cropped double-breasted blazer with silver buttons and a unique pleated peplum hem. She layered the blazer over a slinky black velvet jumpsuit, then completed the look with black pumps and a small black clutch.

Dad Michael dressed similarly to James, wearing a blue suit with a white dress shirt and a coordinating blue tie.

london, england december 8 carole middleton and michael middleton attend the together at christmas carol service at westminster abbey on december 8, 2023 in london, england photo by mark cuthbertuk press via getty images

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