Kate Middleton was a vision of respect this weekend as she was photographed sweetly greeting Queen Elizabeth II with a curtsy before the royal family's Easter Sunday church service.
Dressed in a high-collared ivory Catherine Walker dresscoat with a matching pillbox hat and heels, the 35-year-old Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, 34, arrived at St. George's Chapel near Windsor Castle for the annual holiday event. The curtsy equates a respect in etiquette, as it was the first time Kate and William -- who bowed -- had seen the queen that day.
While the royal couple's children, Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 1, were noticeably absent, William's cousins, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice were with them, while the 90-year-old queen, clad in a vivid aqua coat and coordinating hat, arrived alongside Prince Phillip, 95.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry is presumably spending Easter with his girlfriend of several months, Meghan Markle. The 32-year-old royal was spotted arriving at the Toronto home of the Suits star on Wednesday ahead of the holiday weekend.
The two were last spotted in Jamaica at a wedding for one of Prince Harry's close pals. For more on this budding royal couple, watch the clip below.