Happy Christmas from the royal family! On Wednesday morning at 11am sharp, the Queen and her family attended the Morning Service on Christmas Day at Sandringham Church. The Duchess of Cambridge looked as stunning as ever on the special day, wearing a chic fur-trimmed Catherine Walker coat. Teamed with a dark green fascinator hat by Lock & Co Hatters, Kiki McDonough earrings and new forest green Emmy London heels. She wore her hair in loose waves as she beamed at the waiting crowd, accompanied by her husband, Prince William and their children.
Kate looked classy as ever in a chic grey Catherine Walker coat
Under Kate's coat, she wore a Michael Kors Peacock patterned dress that she's worn before - we caught a glimpse as she bent down to talk to Charlotte...
She previously wore the dress on a visit to Blackpool earlier in 2019...
Sadly the dress isn't available to buy.
Mother-of-three Kate always wears her finest threads on Christmas Day. Cast your mind back to 2018 - the royal didn't disappoint with her look, which consisted of a red coat, a red Bayswater clutch by Mulberry and her trusty pair of burgundy Gianvito Rossi heels. Kate wore her trademark brunette tresses loose and curled - no doubt a result of one of her iconic blow dries. She topped the look off with her favourite accessory - a headband. The design totally stole the show with its unique ribbon back. It was by Jane Taylor and was the ideal crowning glory for such a lovely occasion.
On Christmas Day in 2018, Kate wore burgundy
The royal family often step out in Jane's exquisite creations. The milliner told HELLO!: "The royal family do a fantastic job at supporting British brands. They inspire fresh trends which is thrilling to see, putting modern millinery on the map year-round! Modern millinery is really having its moment. It is fantastic to see members of the royal family, fashion influencers and celebrities alike wearing headbands and bows. Bows are feminine and fun."
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