Kate Middleton is honoring late Queen Elizabeth II‘s love of Christmas this vacation season.
In a video shared on her royal social media accounts on Dec. 22, the Princess of Wales shared how her annual Collectively at Christmas carol service, airing on ITV1 Dec. 24, will “proceed Her Majesty’s custom of recognizing and thanking those that have gone above and past to help others.”
“This yr, we have invited a whole bunch of inspiring people to the service, those that showcase the ability of connectedness and neighborhood values,” Kate stated. “Her Majesty leaves with us an unimaginable legacy and one which has deeply impressed many people.”
She added within the video’s caption, “Whereas Christmas will really feel very completely different this yr, we are able to nonetheless keep in mind the recollections and traditions we shared. Take time to decelerate and rejoice with household and pals all of the fantastic issues that make Christmas so particular.”
Along with dedicating the service to the late monarch, who handed away on Sept. 8 on the age of 96, Kate additionally paid tribute by together with a Christmas tree adorned with Paddington Bear ornaments—a favourite character of her grandmother-in-law—on the Westminster Abbey service.