In the midst of the ongoing royal race row following the release of Omid Scobie's controversial book, Endgame, Princess of Wales Kate Middleton has shared a statement expressing gratitude ahead of the 'Together At Christmas' carol service at Westminster Abbey.
Commenting on a tweet from The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, Middleton conveyed her thanks to everyone who will be a part of the upcoming carol service.
The event, set to take place on Friday, 8th December, is hosted by the Princess of Wales and is dedicated to celebrating the role of the early years workforce in shaping the lives of children.
"Just a few days to go until the Together at Christmas Carol Service with @earlychildhood! Thank you to everyone who is going to be a part of it, helping us celebrate the role of the early years workforce in #ShapingUs," Middleton's statement read.
Just a few days to go until the Together at Christmas Carol Service with @earlychildhood!
Thank you to everyone who is going to be a part of it, helping us celebrate the role of the early years workforce in #ShapingUs, showcasing the hope of new life and why it is so important… https://t.co/RaKw4H2EeO
The service is expected to showcase the importance of building supportive and nurturing environments for both children and adults.
The Princess of Wales, Prince William, and other members of the Royal Family will attend the event, which aims to express gratitude to those who work to support babies, young children, and families across the UK.
Despite the recent controversies sparked by Scobie's book, Middleton remains focused on highlighting the crucial contributions of those involved in early childhood development and fostering a sense of community during the holiday season.