Kate and Prince William delighted onlookers this weekend by attending the Easter Sunday service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. The Duchess of Cambridge, 35, looked stunning in a sophisticated cream coat by designer Catherine Walker, pairing it with matching high heeled shoes and an elegant hat. Her hair was neatly tied back and she wore simple yet striking earrings. Her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, was also dressed smartly in a dark suit and tie. The popular royal couple looked extremely happy on the Easter outing.
Kate Middleton and Prince William attend the Easter service in Windsor
Also in attendance at the Sunday service was the Queen, who wore a turquoise coat and hat. The waiting crowd clapped as the monarch and Prince Phillip entered the chapel through the Galilee Porch. Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and Prince Edward and his wife the Countess of Wessex were at the service as well, along with their children Lady Louise Windsor and Viscount Severn. The Princess Royal and husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence also attended, as did Princess Anne's son Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn, who wore a bright blue coat.
The Royal Family attend the Easter Sunday service in Windsor
The Daily Mail reports that Kate curtseyed for the Queen at the church service, while Prince William bowed his head for his grandmother. Kate and William's children, Prince George, age three, and Princess Charlotte, two, were not in attendance on Sunday. The siblings were more than likely enjoying chocolate Easter eggs at home. Earlier this month it was announced that Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte will play starring roles in upcoming wedding of their aunt Pippa Middleton to James Matthews in May. George will be a page boy and Charlotte is to be a bridesmaid.
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Kate and William have another busy month ahead of them. William, Kate and Prince Harry are set to attend this year’s London Marathon and show their support for the runners. The royal trio’s mental health campaign Heads Together has been named this year's charity of the year for the marathon. The royals are hoping that 2017's event will be recognised as 'the mental health marathon' that gets the country talking about the issue. In the lead-up to race day, William, Kate and Harry will attend various events related to the marathon. On Wednesday 19 April, Prince George and Princess Charlotte's mum will host Team Heads Together runners at Kensington Palace.