Mike and Zara Tindall’s daughter, Lena, attended her first-holiday service at St Mary Magdalene this year and in an adorable sibling moment, she was seen wearing a red classic coat that her cousin Isla Philips wore in 2017, a news report has claimed. In 2017, Lena’s elder cousin Isla Phillips, then five, first wore the festive red coat for the annual Sandringham Christmas stroll.
Isla, now 11, and her sister Savannah, 12, are the daughters of Zara’s brother Peter Phillips and his ex-wife Autumn Kelly, and first cousins with Mike and Zara’s three kids — Mia, eight, Lena, and Lucas, one.
While taking part in the annual royal walkabout on Christmas day, the cute cousin moment took place as Lena left church holding hands with Savannah, who also sported a royal rewear.
The preteen was pictured in a military-inspired green dress coat, which she obviously borrowed from her mom’s closet.
Autumn, 44, was photographed in the coat at the Cheltenham Racecourse in 2015, styling it with a plaid scarf and black purse.
Meanwhile, Prince Louis made his debut walkabout at Sandringham this Christmas, joining his elder brother and sister for the first time greeting crowds at the royal estate in Norfolk.
They were joined by his father, the Prince of Wales, and his siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte, behind the new King and the Queen Consort.
The Royal Family greeted the crowds who had gathered after they attended the traditional Christmas morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who last celebrated Christmas at Sandringham in 2018, were also absent – less surprising, given the fallout from the couple’s recent Netflix documentary.
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Some had even camped out overnight at the gates, sitting in camp chairs and wrapped in blankets, while others brought bunches of flowers and gifts to hand to the royals.
After the 45-minute service, the King and Queen Consort, as well as the Prince and Princess of Wales, spoke to several people in the crowd.