Night out with her nieces! Zara Tindall joins her brother Peter Phillips and his children Savannah and Isla to attend Kate’s carol concert
Zara put on a festive display as she stepped out to attend Kate Middleton's carol service at Westminster Abbey in London this evening.
King Charles' niece, 41, was accompanied by her brother Peter Phillips, 46, and both put on a cheerful display as they entered the Christmas service.
Zara looked radiant in a deep purple winter coat. She completed the outfit with a matching pair of shoes with statement earrings and a crocodile leather bag.
The mother of three opted for a simple yet elegant makeup look for the occasion, complete with a nude lip and a touch of eyeliner.
Zara, who recently announced she will be working part-time in equestrian sports so she can be more present for her three children, styled her blonde locks into a sleek bun for the occasion.
Zara Tindall (pictured, right), King Charles' niece, was pictured arriving at the house with her brother Peter Phillips (pictured, left)
FAMILY: Peter Phillips (second from left) attends the concert with his sister Zara Tindall (right) and his daughters L-R) Savanah and Isla
Zara appeared to attend the event without her husband Mike Tindall, 45.
Instead, her brother, Peter Phillips, Queen Elizabeth II's eldest grandchild, accompanied her tonight, alongside his daughters (Savanah, 12, and Isla, 11).
The aim of the concert, which will also be attended by King Charles and Queen Camilla, is to 'recognize the selfless efforts of communities across the UK and highlight the importance of coming together to support each other'.
Led by the Princess, it is designed to bring people of all faiths (and none) together by combining both traditional and modern elements.
The service, Royal Carols: Together at Christmas, is filmed tonight but will air on ITV on Christmas Eve.
The service will see the world-famous Westminster Abbey choir perform some of the country's best-loved Christmas carols, alongside musical performances from guests including Jacob Collier, Freya Ridings and James Bay, and a special duet from Beverley Knight and Adam Lambert.
There will be moving talks from speakers including Prince William, Michael Ward, Emma Willis, Roman Kemp and Jim Broadbent.
A specially commissioned poem written by Joseph Coelho, the Children's Laureate, will also be read by Leonie Elliott.
Zara Tindall (pictured) was the epitome of elegance and glamor as she stepped out in her festively colored ensemble this evening
The broadcast will also include an introduction from Kate and films that bring to life the importance of early childhood and celebrate the remarkable contribution people in our communities make to supporting the very youngest members of our society during those crucial early years.
These include contributions from Rio and Kate Ferdinand, Ugo Monye, Andrea & Virginia Bocelli and Dame Sheila Hancock.
During the service, Westminster Abbey will be filled with sustainable, eco-friendly festive decorations, creating a beautiful Christmas backdrop, with a nod to the theme of children and families.
New features this year include a Christmas post box outside the Abbey, where children can send handmade Christmas cards and well wishes to other children who may be struggling this year.
In addition, on arrival, guests will be treated to Christmas carols and carols from the Action for Children Young Carers Aloud choir, made up of 12 young carers, the youngest of whom is just six years old.
It comes after a beaming Kate posed in front of a Christmas tree for the Carol Service promotional clip on Thursday.
Guests attending the service have been nominated by Lord-Lieutenants from across the country, in addition to charities linked to members of the Royal Family.
A beaming Princess of Wales posed in front of a Christmas tree in a promotional video for the carol service
They will be joined by those working in the early childhood space, which is a key focus of The Princess of Wales' work through the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood.
It will also include those who may have had a challenging year, including children and families, or those who may find the winter period difficult.
Kate's appearance in the teaser clip comes after a week of drama for the royal family following author Omid Scobie's explosive allegations.
A Dutch translation of his new book Endgame names the Princess of Wales and King Charles as the so-called “royal racists” who wondered what skin color Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son, Archie, would have before he was born.
Neither Buckingham Palace nor the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have commented on Mr Scobie's allegations – revealed in the Dutch version of his 400-page tome. Instead, the company appears to be adhering to the age-old royal diktat of 'never'. complain, never explain'.
Royal Carols: Together at Christmas airs on ITV1 and ITVX on Christmas Eve at 7.45pm.