Princess Charlotte and Duchess of Cambridge coordinate Christmas Day ensembles

Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Christmas Day. [Photo: PA]

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On Christmas Day, Prince George, 6, and Princess Charlotte, 4, attended the annual royal Christmas Day church service in Sandringham for the first time. 

Joined by their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as the Queen and several other royal family members, the children walked hand-in-hand with their parents.  

Charlotte looked festive in a rich bottle green coat by London-based brand, Amaia Kids, which is available to purchase for £140.

The Razorbil coat, from the labels latest autumn/ winter 2019 collection, is made out of Austrian merino boiled wool and comes in numerous other colours including burgundy, grey and navy.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte arriving to attend the Christmas Day morning church service. [Photo: PA]
Princess Charlotte and the Duchess of Cambridge coordinated outfits on Christmas Day. [Photo: Getty]

The Duchess of Cambridge coordinated her ensemble with Charlotte’s.

The 37-year-old debuted a new grey Catherine Walker coat with fur-trim, which was paired with dark green accessories, including a hat by Lock & Co Hatters, plus heels and clutch bag by Emmy London.

Prince William and Prince George also wore complimenting ensembles, both dressed in navy hues.

The couple’s youngest child, Prince Louis, who is 19-months-old, did not join his elder siblings.

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