Kate Middleton sent out a select number of personalised invitations to a royal carol service this week, with the official Prince and Princess Of Wales Instagram account sharing a video of the guests each receiving their invites.
However, it wasn't the invites which caught the attention of royal fans, but a pair of Crocs in the first clip – which many assumed were Kate's upon first glance.
"Not me thinking the first clip is Catherine wearing Crocs at home!! Same as me," laughed one follower in the comment section. As another replied: "I thought the same!"
A third chimed in that they were 'disappointed' that it wasn't the royal's footwear of choice, as the Crocs appeared to belong to one of the guests invited.
Aside from the footwear, the video also included a number of celebrities being invited to the carol service, which is in partnership with The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, a charity which Kate launched.
At the beginning of this year, the foundation centre launched Shaping Us, a campaign which aims to transform the issue of early childhood, from one of scientific interest to one of the most strategically important topics of our time.
Love Island star and mental health advocate Alex George could be seen reading out his invite, alongside Zara McDermott, Giovanna and Tom Fletcher.
Zara has previously spoken how she feels 'honoured' to be working with Kate on the Shaping Us campaign, becoming an ambassador for it.
The service will be hosted by Kate and will take place at Westminster Abbey and will also see guests such as Roman Kemp, Emma Willis and Adam Lambert.
"Invites at the ready!," read the Instagram post's caption. Continuing: "Looking forward to tomorrow’s Carol Service with @earlychildhood and welcoming so many of you who make such a difference to children and families in communities across the country #ShapingUs"
Kate's light-hearted footwear debacle comes after a high pressure week for the Royal Family following the release of Omid Scobie's explosive book Endgame.
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