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The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant as she makes a quick tour to witness the work of world-famous Russian jewellery house Carl Fabergé. The exhibition is known for his rare creation of bejewelled Easter eggs which included three donated eggs from the Queen. They are the Colonnade Egg, Basket of Flowers Egg and the Mosaic Egg.

The Duchess looked completely mesmerised by the Easter eggs creation on her visit to the V&A museum. 

The museum currently exhibits the work of famous Russian jeweller Carl Fabergé named the Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution. 

The Easter eggs known as the Colonnade Egg, Basket of Flowers Egg and the Mosaic Egg were donated to the museum by the Queen. 

The Third Imperial Egg was created in Peter Carl Fabergé for the Russian tsar Alexander III and presented to his wife, Maria Feodorovna, on Orthodox Easter of 1887.

It was discovered by a scrap dealer in 2011 after it went missing in 1964, the Moscow Kremlin Egg which features a music box and the Alexander Palace Egg, which contains a model of the palace inside.

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The Moscow Kremlin Egg which was inspired by the architecture of the Dormition Cathedral in Moscow and features a music box that plays Tsar Nicholas II’s favorite hymn.

It also includes the Peacock Egg that features an enamelled gold peacock perched on a flowering tree.

Kate quipped: “I love the tree”.

The first time exhibited work showcases almost 200 beautiful creations by Fabergé to celebrate his exquisite pieces.   

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Talking about Kate and William’s Christmas ceremony plans, the Cambridges have announced a charity Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey on December 8 to be televised by ITV channel. 

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tweeted the official invite on their Twitter account with Kate’s monogram.

It reads: The letter read: “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, supported by The Royal Foundation and with grateful thanks to the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey, requests the pleasure of the company of [blank] at a Carol Service at Westminster Abbey, London, SW1P 3PA on Wednesday 8th December at 5pm.”

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