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November 14, 2020

Carole Middleton, 65, Looks Glam as She Details Zoom Christmas Plans with Her Royal Grandkids

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Carole Middleton, 65 ,looked incredibly glamorous in a recent Instagram photo that showed her in a casual outfit. The sixty-five-year-old also shared details of her Christmas celebrations, which would include her royal grandkids.

Sixty-five-year-old Carole Middleton dazzled in a gorgeous outfit while recently sharing details of her Christmas plans with fans on social media.

Taking to Instagram, the Duchess of Cambridge's mother, Carole Middleton posted a picture of herself wearing shimmery grey pants and a black suede top. She accessorized with a pair of black pumps.

Carole Middleton, mother of Kate Middleton, attends day 5 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 19, 2010 | Photo: Getty Images

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Carole topped off her outfit with subtle makeup while letting her brown wavy hair loose over her shoulders. The 65-year-old was captured flashing a charming smile as she leaned against a white table.

Carole accompanied the image with a caption revealing her Christmas plans. The older woman noted that despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it is necessary to remember the importance of Christmas. She wrote:

“For me, what really matters is that my family feels connected.”

Carole Middleton and Michael Middleton at St Mary's Hospital on July 23, 2013. | Photo: Getty Images

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Carole continued by explaining that she usually allows her grandchildren, including Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, to decorate the Christmas tree.

However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she will only ask for their opinion through a video call when it is time for her to decorate the Christmas tree.

Last year, Carole spent the holiday soaking up the sun and hanging out with her second daughter Pippa in St. Barths.

Carole Middleton attends day nine of Wimbledon at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 10, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

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Carole also noted that decorating the Christmas trees brings her joy, and she hopes it does the same for her grandchildren. She concluded the note stating that her company Party Pieces has everything fans might need to decorate their trees. Carole wrote:

“Party Pieces has everything you need for this festive season, which we hope is a safe and happy one for all.”

Carole Middleton at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 03, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images

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This year’s Christmas celebration comes as a new development for Carole, who often spends the holiday with her kids or grandkids. Last year, Carole spent the holiday soaking up the sun and hanging out with her second daughter Pippa in St. Barths.

Though it might be different from the previous years, it might be comforting to know that Carole is not the only one that will be spending Christmas alone this year.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Christmas celebration will see a break in some family traditions and festivities that have been for decades.

In adherence to the COVID-19 pandemic guidelines in the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip will spend the holiday alone and not join other senior royal members for their usual walk to church.

Carole Middleton, Queen Elizabeth ll, and Camilla at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011. | Photo: Getty Images

The Royal family may not have the traditional Christmas lunch with the queen or participate in the annual Christmas Walk-About. However, despite all of these restrictions, there is no doubt that Carole and other members of the Royal family will find ways to make the most of the beautiful holiday season.

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