Mums night out as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie join cousin Zara Tindall at carol service

It was a Royal family affair on Wednesday night as Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall took time away from their new babies to attend a charity Christmas concert.

The three new mothers, who all welcomed infants this year, left their children at home to support cousin Prince William's wife Kate as she hosted a Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey.

Princess Beatrice arrived beaming next to her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi as she wore a long-length camel wrap coat cinched at the waist creating a flattering silhouette which was paired with velvet platform heels.

The 33-year-old accessorised her signature auburn hair with a deep red velvet hairband that matched the colour of her handbag as she walked hand-in-hand with her husband, who wore a sleek navy blue suit.

The pair looked excited to be spending time out together as they enjoyed a break from parenting for the evening three months after welcoming their baby daughter Sienna.

Princess Eugenie joined her sister in the festive service, appearing chicly dressed in an emerald green cape coat, a black polo neck top and matching black semi-sheer tights and boots.

The 31-year old welcomed her son August – her first child with husband Jack Brooksbank – back in February.

The carol event, which is supported by The Royal Foundation, was developed in aim of praising the many organisations along with individuals who helped communities during the pandemic.

Zara Tindall was also a guest along at the service with her husband Mike Tindall and was photographed looking sophisticated wearing a dark blue patterned coat with a white ruffle-collared shirt underneath and a pair of slim black cropped trousers.

The 40-year-old appeared just as impeccably dressed as the Princesses and in happy spirits after giving birth to her third child, son Lucas, in March of this year.

The Royal ceremony featured performances from the Westminster Abbey choir as well as acts of various other religions in honour of those who made inspiring differences within the last year.

In a statement posted on Instagram from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, they described their intentions for the carol event.

“The service will look back on the last eighteen months, to think not only of the unprecedented challenges that we have all faced as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, but also to remember the positives," they wrote.

"People and organisations pulling together in their communities, the small acts of kindness across different demographics and generations, and the unsung heroes who stepped up to help others."

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