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Kate Middleton’s has a relatable Christmas day regret

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Princes Kate revealed her Christmas day regret when she was chatting to members of the public in 2019 when the royals were walking to church. 

This was the first time that Kate and her husband, Prince William, were joined by their eldest children, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte. 

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As the family were attending to their morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Kate admitted that she regretted her choice of clothing as she was reportedly too hot on the day. 

Kate, who was wearing a Catherine Walker coat, admitted this wardrobe regret to Karen Anvil and her daughter. 

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Kate, who was wearing a Catherine Walker coat, admitted this wardrobe regret to Karen Anvil and her daughter. (Credit: Getty)

“Kate was talking to my daughter about clothes and how she was feeling too hot. She said: ‘I really shouldn’t have worn this,'” Karen told The Metro. 

At the time Karen also gave Princess Charlotte a doll. Charlotte also received a pink inflatable flamingo from another royal fan and went over to say thank you.

Karen is well known for taking the ‘fab four’ photo of the Cambridges and Sussexes walking together in 2017 to church. 

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In 2019 Kate and William’s youngest child, Prince Louis, did not join his parents at the church, however many other royals did join them including The late Queen, Prince Charles (who is now King Charles) and the Duchess of Cornwall. 

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Charlotte also received a pink inflatable flamingo from another royal fan and went over to say thank you. (Credit: Getty)

The upcoming holiday season will mark the first Christmas since beloved Queen Elizabeth passed away.

But her son, King Charles will honour her memory by continuing her favourite Christmas tradition: spending the holiday at Sandringham, the much-loved country retreat of the royal family located in Norfolk.

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