Prince William is sure getting in the holiday spirit!
On Wednesday, Dec. 2, the Duke of Cambridge partook in a festive evening in London by singing Christmas carols with his mother-in-law, Carole Middleton!
Though his wife, Kate Middleton, 33, was at home taking care of the couple's adorable children, Prince George, 2, and Princess Charlotte, 7 months, William and Carole, 60, were joined by Kate's younger sister, Pippa Middleton, 32, as well as Charlotte's godfather, Tom van Straubenzee.
Pippa and Carole at the London event on Dec. 2. (Photo Credit: Splash News)
William, 33, attended the festive evening to help raise funds for a cause near and dear to his heart — the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund. The charity, which boasts both William and his brother, Prince Harry, 31, as patrons, was created to remember their late friend and Tom's brother, who sadly died in a 2002 car crash.
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"We are both delighted to be patrons of Henry's memorial fund," the brothers wrote in the event's program, according to People. "Each year brings with it more news about the progress that this charity continues to make. This is largely down to the generosity and support of donors, many of whom are here tonight at this, the seventh Christmas carol service."
We're so glad to see Prince William's in-laws being so supportive of this special cause!
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