Kate Middleton Plants Queen Elizabeth Tree at a Special Place for Both Women

20-12-2022

By Jawad Hussain

The Princess of Wales planted the tree to finish preparing for her second Christmas carol event.

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One of Kate Middleton's Christmas carol concert tributes to Queen Elizabeth II was unveiled.

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The Princess of Wales planted a wild cherry tree in Dean's Yard at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday to honor Queen Elizabeth before the holiday service.

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Kate shovels dirt around the tree in ceremonial images. The Queen's Green Canopy, a project to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, planted almost one million trees nationwide.

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"This wild cherry tree, a gift from the Duchy of Cornwall, was dedicated in memory of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales on 14th December 2022," reads a plaque next to the tree.

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The Dean, Very Reverend Dr. David Hoyle, and Westminster Chapter members welcomed Princess Kate to the Abbey.

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Jan Pancheri, Cormac Connolly, and Danny Bitten, the Abbey's head gardeners, were presented to the Princess of Wales last week.

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Kate donned her Holland Cooper tartan double-breasted coat from a Royal British Legion and Scouts video last year for the tree planting ceremony.

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Jeremy Clarkson, host of “Top Gear,” was criticized for his remarks about Meghan Markle being “very misogynist.”