Kate, Princess of Wales, will host the third annual "Together at Christmas" concert on Friday, December 8, and not even a "royal racism" controversy thanks to author Omid Scobie will prevent the new royal tradition.
"At the carol service, we will see most of the immediate and extended royal families showing up to support the Princess of Wales. Absolutely," royal commentator Gareth Russell shared.
"I would be very surprised if we don't see similar gestures of solidarity as we saw in 2022," he added.
The future queen organized the first concert in December 2021, which became Queen Elizabeth II's final Christmas as the reigning monarch. Both senior and junior royals have shown up at both events, and that is expected to continue this year as King Charles III and Queen Camilla are predicted to attend.
Possible outrage in Montecito could be in the cards as the theme of this year's show is "supportive, nurturing worlds around children and the adults in their lives," which many royal analysts are claiming is a major theme in Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's charity work.
"That is exactly the kind of statement that is guaranteed to enrage Harry and Meghan because their whole case is that Meghan was not supported by the royals during the months when she was pregnant. Her lawyers actually said in a court filing that she was left unprotected while pregnant, and Harry and Meghan say she was one of the most trolled people in the world in 2019, which is the year Archie was born," royal analyst Jack Royston shared on the "Royal Report" podcast.
He continued: "She also told Oprah in March 2021 that she experienced suicidal thoughts in January 2019 while she was pregnant with Archie, and that was when they were kind of asking the palace and asking family members to do more to support her."
The carol service comes one week after an explosive controversy erupted concerning the Dutch version of Sussex "lapdog" Omid Scobie's book, Endgame. In that edition, both Kate and King Charles III were listed as not one but two senior royals who Meghan claimed questioned Archie's potential skin color in 2019.
Scobie has denied that he had anything to do with the revelation, and neither Harry nor Meghan have commented on the subsequent scandal.
The King and Princess of Wales have maintained a "business as usual" approach since the news broke. Both wore full state regalia and finery to host the glittering annual reception for the Diplomatic Corps at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, December 5.
His Majesty and Her Royal Highness have also ignored all requests from the media to comment on the racism claims.
GBN interviewed Russell.