Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spend first Christmas at Sandringham
UK Today News: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent their first Christmas after their famous wedding at the Sandringham Estate in England. Kate was seen following her husband Prince William in to the Christmas service at the St Mary Magdalene Church, which was also attended by the other members of the Royal family.
Middleton was the main attraction at the location and was seen wearing a simple knee length frock coat along with black platforms from LK Bennett. But the hat that Kate was seen wearing was the real attention seeker that was designed by Jane Corbett, who regularly creates such masterpieces for Kate’s family.
The accessories of the Duchess of Cambridge included a pair of drop earrings, which looked like a gift. Kate’s presence attracted more than 3,000 well wishers at St Mary Magdalene Church, while the police were managing the crowd.
The other members of the Royal family who attended the private Christmas Service included the Queen, Prince Charles, Countess of Wessex, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry. Last Friday, Prince Philip was admitted to hospital after suffering from severe chest pain . Many were eager to known the health condition of the 90-year-old who was admitted to the Papworth Hospital in Cambridge.