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Time to batten down the hatches as monster Storm Ciaran sweeps in TODAY with 80mph gales as the Met issue amber warnings 'danger to life' for the UK - see where will be worst-hit Sharing a family photo of Queen as a child putting on a Christmas production, the Princess says: 'It really resonated with me, and seeing Her Majesty here doing the production on Christmas day during the second world war, which I thought was really special.
The #TogetherAtChristmas Carol Service is a celebration of the people and organisations that make our communities what they are! Join us to watch this evening as we pay tribute to them and Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,' a tweet on the Prince and Princess of Wales' official account read. As they joined the congregation in singing carols, Prince George and his younger sister held candles and appeared to be on their best behaviour. From that day on He has inspired people to commit themselves to the best interests of others. This is the time of year when we remember that God sent His only son to serve, not to be served.'Messages from celebrities including Dame Judi Dench, Ashley Banjo and Martin Kemp were also included in the show, which was broadcast on ITV.
He ends the reading by saying: 'The carol In The Bleak Midwinter ends by asking a question of all of us who know the Christmas story of how God gave himself to us in humble service. What can I give Him, poor as I am?'Research the prices of Paddington-themed gifts to make up your own word problems and Maths challenges. It then goes into Alexis Ffrench's beautiful piano rendition of the festive favourite as the Prince continued to recite: 'If I were a shepherd, I would bring a lamb. If I were a wiseman I would do my part. The carol gives the answer. Yet what I can, I give Him. Give my heart.' Two of the Prince and Princess of Wales' children were in attendance at the concert, with their youngest, the famously cheeky Prince Louis, absent from the event.
Woman replaces coffee cream with her own breast milk to catch out her thieving colleagues in a grim prank: 'Don't steal next time'The service was hosted by HRH The Princess of Wales and attended by Their Majesties The King and The Queen Consort, HRH The Prince of Wales, and other Members of the Royal Family.