Kate Middleton planted a tree in honor of the Queen

New photos revealed that the Princess of Wales looked elegant in a blue and green tartan outfit when she planted a tree in honor of the late Queen last week.

Kate Middleton, 41, was captured digging a hole for the plant as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative at Dean’s Yard in Westminster Abbey, before final preparations for her together at a Christmas carol service last week.

The Queen cut an elegant figure in her £749 Holland Cooper jacket for the occasion, beaming with joy as she planted a wild cherry tree, which was a gift from the Duchy of Cornwall.

The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) tree-planting initiative was first set up for her Platinum Jubilee, and has been extended by the King until the end of March 2023.

New photos revealed that the Princess of Wales looked elegant in a blue and green tartan outfit as she planted a tree in honor of the late Queen.

New photos revealed that the Princess of Wales looked elegant in a blue and green tartan outfit as she planted a tree in honor of the late Queen.

In the footage, the Queen can be seen wearing the elegant blue and green tartan coat, which she first wore in a video marking the 100th anniversary of the Royal British Legion last year.

She opted for a blow-dry for the occasion, sweeping her hair over her shoulder as she picked up a gardening spade.

Meanwhile, her makeup was neutral for the outing, with a touch of bronzer on her cheeks and eyeliner.

She appeared in good spirits as she chatted to a crowd gathered outside the monastery, before stooping low to add some soil to the tree planting.

The Queen cut an elegant figure in her £749 Holland Cooper jacket for the occasion at Dean¿s Yard in Westminster Abbey, beaming with joy as she planted the tree

The Queen cut an elegant figure in her £749 Holland Cooper jacket for the occasion at Dean’s Yard in Westminster Abbey, beaming with joy as she planted the tree

In the footage, the Queen can be seen wearing the elegant blue and green tartan coat, which she first wore in a video marking the Royal British Legion’s 100th anniversary last year.

The Queen’s Green Canopy tweeted a number of photos of the moment today, writing: “In the midst of final preparations for the #TogetherAtChristmas carol service in Westminster Abbey last week, the Princess of Wales planted a tree for #queensgreencanopy in honor of Her Majesty the late Queen Elizabeth II.”

They continued: ‘Together with the Dean of Westminster, the Reverend Dr David Howell, and members of the Abbey’s gardening team, Her Royal Highness planted a wild cherry tree in Deans Square, which joins over a million trees planted across the UK as part of the #queensgreencanopy .

Westminster Abbey has a unique relationship with the royal family as a setting for special occasions, past and present.

“The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, and the upcoming coronation of our patron, His Majesty.”

In another snapshot taken last week, the princess speaks to several choir members before her carol service

In another snapshot taken last week, the princess speaks to several choir members before her carol service

More than a million trees were planted in the Queen’s name between October 2021 and March 2022.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs announced £499,000 in funding for QGC Partners to support a tree planting project earlier this month.

QGC will work with partners including Trees for Cities, The Tree Council, The Conservation Volunteers and Earthwatch, as well as local authorities and communities to plant trees at more than 60 sites in England.

Trees for Cities will plant more than 5,000 trees in areas deprived of nature and the Tree Council will plant 69,000 trees to create 14 kilometers of fencing in up to 50 locations.

Hands on Kate!  She appeared in good spirits as she chatted to a crowd gathered outside the monastery, before bending down to add some soil to the tree planting.

Hands on Kate! She appeared in good spirits as she chatted to a crowd gathered outside the monastery, before bending down to add some soil to the tree planting.

Conservation volunteers will plant 1,500 saplings and 2,500 oak trees while Earthwatch will plant 1,800 trees to create three “microforests”—forests the size of a tennis court—in urban areas.

The government aims to plant 30,000 hectares of trees annually by 2024 and wants to triple planting rates in England, as part of the Trees England Action Plan.

Forestry Minister Trudy Harrison said it was a “appropriate tribute” to the late Queen.

The Queen’s Green Umbrella is a fitting tribute to the late Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Trees are at the heart of our communities and funding today will ensure thousands more trees are planted across the country in their honor.

Prince Charles and the Queen launched the Queen's Green Canopy initiative last October (pictured), with the couple planting a copper beech sapling at Balmoral

Prince Charles and the Queen launched the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative last October (pictured), with the couple planting a copper beech sapling at Balmoral

Forestry Commission chairman Sir William Worsley said the project would play a “vital role” in tackling climate change.

Healthy and productive trees play a vital role in addressing climate change and protecting biodiversity. They also make our towns and cities healthier, from improving air quality to providing mental health benefits, enriching the quality of life for people of all socioeconomic backgrounds.

This network of trees will continue to provide benefits to local communities as a lasting appreciation of Her Majesty’s extraordinary service to her country and people.

Kate’s move to honor the Queen last week came hours after Netflix released the final three episodes of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive Netflix docuseries.

The event was proceeding as usual for a beaming Kate, who was the first to arrive just before 4:20 p.m. She later reappeared to walk in her family, placing her supportive hand on Prince George’s back as he entered the service alongside his sister, Princess Charlotte, and father, the Prince of Wales — while the crowd shouted, “Kate and William, we love you!”.

King Charles and his wife Camilla quickly followed suit, and the monarch seemed unfazed by the attacks the Sussex family had made on The Firm earlier that morning – smiling and chatting to the clergy before taking his seat inside the chapel.

The King and Queen, Prince of Wales, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Princess of Wales and Countess of Wessex are depicted front and center in the concert holding candles as they sing from the same sheet of hymn – a message of defiance in Harry’s face. and Meghan’s new accusations, which were broadcast to billions of would-be viewers around the world at 8 a.m. Thursday.

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