The Princess of Wales has given fans another glimpse into her Christmas spirit ahead of the holiday season.

A few hours before her second annual Royal Carols: Together at Christmas concert, the Princess shared a video of herself decorating a tree.

“Final touches before the #TogetherAtChristmas’ Carol Service tomorrow,” the caption read.

The video shows a cheerful Kate dressed in a white turtle neck as she decorates a festive fir at Westminster Abbey.

Fans commented on the video, wishing the Royal Family a Merry Christmas.

“Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to Prince and Princess,” someone wrote.

“Season greetings your RH Catherine Princess of Wales,” another commented.

“What a beautiful video. I’m so excited,” someone else wrote.

The concert was a family affair with the support of Prince William, King Charles and the Queen Consort.

The concert also celebrated the life of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8.

There were several choir performances of Christmas classics, including readings by the Prince of Wales and an introduction from The Princess of Wales.

Royal Carols: Together at Christmas is set to air on ITV on Christmas Eve.

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