Royal fans were over the moon as they spied youngster Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, joining their mum and dad Kate Middleton and Prince William, the Prince and Princess of Wales in matching outfits for the Together at Christmas carol service on Thursday 15 December.
Kate, 40, looked incredibly festive in a gorgeous burgundy and plum coat dress that featured a V neck and buttons.
She matched her outfit with a pair of suede stiletto heels and ruby drop earrings, as she beamed at onlookers before heading into Westminster Abbey church for the concert.
The Royal then met her husband as he arrived with their two eldest children in a car, where fans quickly noticed the foursome had coordinated their outfits perfectly.
Princess Charlotte was rosy-cheeked as she held her dad's hand in a button-down winter coat for the evening, which also featured a velvet collar.
Prince George then matched William in a smart black coat as he wore a suit underneath.
The first in line to the throne opted to match his wife in a burgundy tie for the Christmas carol service, while George opted for a stripy blue and white tie instead.
The family were then snapped walking together into the church as Kate held her son's hand on the other side.
Fans took to Twitter to comment on the scenes.
"My timeline is so beautiful. Everyone is tweeting about The Princess of Wales #TogetherAtChristmas," one person gushed.
Another wrote: "Such a bright future for The Monarchy with the gorgeous Wales family. This picture is so beautiful!!"
"Prince George and Princess Charlotte Attend Kate Middleton's Christmas Concert — Matching Mom and Dad!" a third shared.
While a fourth simply put a series of hashtags labelling the family "cute" and "adorable".
The now-annual event features performances from the likes of Craig David, Melanie C, as the Royals put on a united front after the bombshell drop of Harry & Meghan part two on Netflix earlier in the day.
Fan-favourites Mike Tindall and Zara Tindall arrived with gusto as they laughed and joked with the crowd, while younger Royals Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice were also in attendance with their husbands Jack Brooksbank and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Kate's mum and dad Carole and Michael Middleton and her sister Pippa Middleton also arrived at the event to support her.
The King, Queen Consort Camilla, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex were also all in attendance.
The Princess of Wales' charity concert is set to recognise the selfless efforts of communities throughout the UK, and highlights the importance of coming together.
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