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9 December 2020, 12:52 | Updated: 9 December 2020, 13:03
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with other members of the royal family on Tuesday evening as they finished their whistle-stop tour of the UK.
Also in attendance was Prince Charles and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall, alongside Prince Edward, his wife Sophie and Princess Anne.
This is the first time the royal family have been seen publicly together in nine months due to COVID restrictions.
The royal family gathered at Windsor Castle to thank local volunteers and key workers for their work throughout the pandemic.
The royals remained socially distanced as the Regent Hall Band of the Salvation Army played Christmas carols.
The event marked the end of Kate and William's whistle-stop train tour of the UK.
The couple had been visiting areas across England, Scotland and Wales over the past few days, thanking key workers for their dedication through the coronavirus pandemic.
For the final stop on the tour, the Duchess of Cambridge changed into a festive green coat by Catherine Walker.
In classic Kate Middleton style, the coat was a recycled number, one she wore back in March 2020 during a visit to Dublin.
For the festive meeting this week though, the Duchess added a green faux fur collar to create a completely new look.
She also carried a black Alexander McQueen clutch bag and wore the Queen's Diamond Frame Earrings.
The Queen also looked festive for the occasion in a 'Christmas Red' coat and hat by Angela Kelly.
The Monarch looked in high spirits as she spoke with her family and enjoyed Christmas carols.