Wessexes leaves church service in Sandringham

Sophie Wessex wraps up warm as she leaves church service in Sandringham with Prince Edward and Lady Louise Windsor after joining Queen for Christmas in Windsor

  • Sophie Wessex joined husband Prince Edward for church service this morning
  • Lady Louise Windsor joined parents after spending New Year’s Eve in Norfolk
  • Wessex family joined Her Majesty at Sandringham over the Christmas period
  • Sophie, Gravin van Wessex and Prince Edward attended church service at Sandringham this morning with Lady Louise Windsor en James, Viscount Severn after spending Christmas with the Queen at Windsor Castle.

    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 Hertog van Edinburgh.

    Mother-of-two Sophie wrapped up warm in a stylish cream teddy coat while the monarch’s youngest son, die Graaf van Wessex, looked smart in a wax jacket paired with a shirt and tie.

    The Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward attended church service in Norfolk this morning with Lady Louise Windsor after spending Christmas with the Queen at Windsor Castle

    The Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward attended church service in Norfolk this morning with Lady Louise Windsor after spending Christmas with the Queen at Windsor Castle

    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

    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, 18, who who recently stepped into the spotlight for a BBC documentary about her late grandfather, opted for a sophisticated grey look as she attended church this morning.

    The family are back at Sandringham after a change to their usual festive plans which saw the Wessexes join senior royals including Charles and Camilla for Christmas Day.

    The monarch shelved her customary trip to Sandringham as a ‘precautionarymeasure amid rising coronavirus cases.

    It is thought Her Majesty was also joined by Prince Andrew and his former wife, Sarah, Hertogin van York , plus their two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

    The monarch's youngest son, die graaf van Wessex, looked smart in a wax jacket paired with a shirt and tie as he drove with James, Viscount Severn after leaving the church service

    The monarch’s youngest son, die graaf van Wessex, looked smart in a wax jacket paired with a shirt and tie as he drove with James, Viscount Severn after leaving the church service

    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, agt, Charlotte, ses, terwyl die landskap en omgewing behou word vir almal om te geniet., drie.

    The Cambridges have not celebrated Christmas with the Middletons since 2016, when William, Kate, George and Charlotte visited a church in Bucklebury.

    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 a festive meal

    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 a festive meal

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle remained stateside for the holidays, meaning the Queen has not yet been able to meet her new granddaughter Lilibet.

    The monarch usually hosts around 20 aan 30 family members at her Norfolk home, with crowds of wellwishers turning out to watch the royals walk to the Christmas Day service at the church on the estate.

    Sources told the Mail that the Queen, who normally stays in Norfolk until early February, could yet travel there in January.