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Royals show united front as they attend Sandringham Christmas church service

Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and the royal family joined the Queen at Sandringham Christmas day Church service.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived arm-in-arm. The couple, who are expecting their first child in the spring, looked delighted and relaxed, as they celebrate Christmas at Sandringham.

Kate, 36, and Meghan, 37, appeared to have put aside their differences, as they showed united front walking alongside their husbands Prince William and Prince Harry.

William, 36, and Harry, 34, put on a united front amid rumours of a 'rift' between the two couples.

Kate looked gorgeous in a berry-hued coat and matching hat.

Pregnant Meghan looked radiant in a plain navy outfit by Victoria Beckham with leather stiletto boots.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie arrived alongside her husband with equally fashionable Autumn Philips.

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Other royals, pictured, were Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, joined by their children Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn, and Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence

Princess Eugenie looked happy with her husband

Zara and Mike Tindall

Autumn Philips and Princess Beatrice

My view: They all looked good, but Kate stole the fashion show in a red custom made Catherine Walker dress coats, while Meghan opted for a plain navy ensemble, a pair of shoes and bag by Victoria Beckham, all totalling £4,450. Prince William looked dapper in light navy outfit and stylish scarf around his neck, but his brother Harry dressed like an A-level student at Eton college and he looked emaciated. Watching the video the tension between William and Harry is quite obvious as Prince William was all the time looking the other way, he couldn't careless if Meghan was chatting with Kate and he didn't want to look at Meg when she tried to look at him he simply turned to leave. That Victoria Beckham plain navy coat for £2,250, when it's not Gucci, give me a break, no wonder her fashion company isn't making money, her label 'loses £4,000 a day, according to reports. The coat shouldn't be more than £150-£250.

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