Duchess Kate can't wait to share her Christmas carol concert with the world! On Friday, British broadcaster ITV shared a new video advertising the upcoming broadcast of the event, which included a short message from the Duchess of Cambridge.

Kate shows her holiday spirit in festive promo

Duchess Kate smiles for the camera as she introduces the event in the new clip. "I'm so excited to be hosting Together At Christmas here at Westminster Abbey," the royal says while wearing a red sweater with roses on it. As Hello! shares, while Kate also looked festive in a red dress by Catherine Walker at the concert, the collared cardigan she's seen in here is from Miu Miu.

As the outlet mentions, the Duchess of Cambridge also shared a heartfelt message in the program for her concert, which was held in support of frontline workers. She said that because of the isolating circumstances of the pandemic, "we have been reminded just how powerful human connection is to us all," reflecting on the need for "simply being together" at this time.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend the "Together at Christmas" community carol service on December 8, 2021.

Kate's concert took place on December 8 and saw her parents in attendance along with William and several other members of the royal family. While the event featured religious readings and traditional carol singing, there was also some star power, as Leona Lewis and Ellie Goulding both performed. It's a good thing that the special was pre-recorded, seeing as William and Kate recently made the decision to cancel royal events leading up to Christmas!

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