- Arriving at the Henry van Straubenzee Christmas Carol concert in Chelsea with husband James Matthews, Pippa Middleton donned a festive green trench coat wrapped around a burgundy outfit.
- Mom Carole Middleton was also in attendance.
- The annual Christmas concert is hosted by the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, an organization honoring the memory of Prince William and Prince Harry's late friend.
Lately, Pippa Middleton has been a big fan of bold, colorful trench coats.
She was recently seen walking the streets of London with her baby son, Arthur Michael William Matthews, while wearing a burgundy wrap coat ostensibly from Banana Republic. Arriving at the annual Henry van Straubenzee Christmas Carol concert in Chelsea today, Pippa showed off a new colorful number.
She wore another wrap trench coat, this time in a festive pine green. She also toted along a similarly colored handbag. Underneath the coat, she wore a burgundy turtleneck, black pants, and black boots. Her husband, James Matthews, also attended, wearing a black coat and a blue suit.
The Duchess of Cambridge's mother, Carole Middleton, was also in attendance. The Daily Mail published photos of Carole, who donned a fuzzy black coat, a burgundy dress, black stockings, and black boots.
The annual Henry van Straubenzee Christmas Carol concert is hosted by the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, an organization that donates to schools in Africa and is dedicated to the upholding the life of Prince William and Prince Harry's late friend, who died in a car crash when he was 18 years old in 2002. It's also the first organization that the two princes became patrons of.
"Having lost someone so close, in similar circumstances, Harry and I understand how important it is to keep their memory alive," William said at the time. "This is the first charity of which we have both become patron and it couldn't have been a better one, as Henry was such a close friend of ours and because we believe so strongly in the need to alleviate poverty and assist development in African countries."
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