Following Christmas spent at Windsor Castle, Sophie, Countess, and Prince Edward were invited to Sandringham’s church service.
Sophie, 56, appeared in good spirits as she left St Mary Magdalene Church with her husband and children after celebrating New Year on the Sandringham Estate’s Wood Farm.
The family attended a service at Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel on Christmas Day and were thought to join Her Majesty later on for her first festive meal since the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
The mother-of-two Sophie was wrapped in a chic cream teddy jacket while her youngest son, Earl of Wessex wore a wax jacket with a shirt & tie.
After Christmas spent at Windsor Castle, the Prince Edward and the Countess-of-Wessex attended the church service in Norfolk together with Lady Louise Windsor.
Mother-of-two Sophie wrapped up warm in a stylish cream teddy coat as she left St Mary Magdalene Church with her husband and daughter
Lady Louise (age 18), was in the news for her BBC documentary about her late grandfather. She wore a grey, sophisticated look to church this morning.
After a shift in their festive plans, which saw Charles and Camilla join the Wessexes for Christmas Day, Sandringham is now home to the family.
In light of rising coronavirus incidences, the monarch cancelled her traditional Sandringham visit.
The thought is that Her Majesty was joined by Princess Andrew, his ex-wife, Sarah, Duchess Of York, and their two daughters Princess Beatrice, and Princess Eugenie.
After leaving the church, James, Viscount Severn drove the Earl of Wessex (the monarch’s youngest child), in a smart wax jacket and shirt with tie.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opted not to spend the day with Her majesty this year, instead spending the festive season in Norfolk, where they will host members of the Middleton family.
It is believed they spent the season at Anmer Hall, William and Kate’s home on the Sandringham estate, with their three children, George, eight, Charlotte, six, and Louis, three.
The Cambridges are not celebrating Christmas with Middletons since 2016, when William Kate, George, and Charlotte went to Bucklebury for Christmas.
Their family was at Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel Christmas Day service. It is believed that they will join Her Majesty later for a festive dinner
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry remained in America for the holidays. The Queen is not yet able to visit her daughter Lilibet.
The monarch typically hosts 20-30 family members at her Norfolk home. Crowds of well-wishers turn out in large numbers to see the royals make their way to the Christmas Day celebration at the parish church.
According to sources, the Mail has been informed by Mail that Queen Elizabeth II, who usually stays in Norfolk from January through February, may still travel to the UK in January.