The Duchess of Cambridge accompanied her husband William and brother-in-law Harry, as several members of the British royal family attended the Sunday service at the St Mary Magdalene church, on the Sandringham estate. Kate left behind her two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte to attend the religious service with her husband’s relatives.
At the traditional post-Christmas ceremony, Kate looked lovely in a tweed jacket and skirt accompanied with a dark blue fascinator. The 33-year-old, who smiled and waved as she walked to the church, looked overjoyed when she was handed a bouquet of yellow flowers from well-wishers who had waited for her in the cold weather.
Kate accompanied her husband William and brother-in-law Harry to the church
Prince Harry followed closely behind the royal couple, wearing a long navy coat with a pale blue shirt and matching tie. The young royals were joined in the church by the Queen, who arrived by car. Her Majesty opted for a long cream jacket with chain detailing around the seams, and a matching cream and black hat.
On Christmas day, the royals attended the same church for a special festive service. The Duchess of Cambridge looked impeccable for the religious ceremony, wearing a Great Plains patterned dress under a long moss green belted coat from Sportmax. On her lapel the mum-of-two pinned an oak leaf and acorn brooch, a representation of the Middletons’ coat of arms.
The Queen arrived and left the church by car
Accessorizing the look, Kate wore a dark green Lock and Co hat, black Aquatalia boots and carried a Mulberry clutch bag.
After the service, Prince George’s parents rushed back to see their two children and to host Christmas lunch for Kate’s side of the family. Her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton were invited to Anmer Hall with Kate’s siblings James and Pippa to share the special day with the family of four.