Now I see the purple, but it's absolutely not CA or purple fringing. In that dimly lit room, with daylight coming in through the window and mixing with yellow overhead light and maybe even some lamps on the tables, the result is severe colour casts and swaths of junk. But it's not CA.
A custom white balance is the only solutionn in that room, on the spot using a grey card/cloth or a white napkin, before taking any shots. It's way more trouble than it's worth to try and fix shots like this in post, and never fully fixable no matter who's wielding the pp software.