Roughly one week into her maternity leave, Kate Middleton made a surprise public appearance at Easter service. She wore a brown coat, giant pearl earrings and pin, plus a fascinator-like hat adorned with a big bow. It was a simple but chic look for the St. George's Chapel service. Middleton was photographed and filmed arriving at the venue with Prince William:
According to royal reporter Richard Palmer, the royal couple did arrive late (but better fashionably late than never):
William and Kate arriving late for the service pic.twitter.com/iRyh5VTY3D- Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) April 1, 2018
And following service, they left right behind the Queen:
The Queen emerges, followed by the Cambridges pic.twitter.com/KjITIcLxy8- Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) April 1, 2018
Middleton is due to give birth to her and Prince William's third child in April, so this month now(!!). According to Hello!, the due date is reportedly around April 23, so there's still a little bit of time.
St. George's Chapel is where Middleton will likely make her her next big public appearance after giving birth to her third child (where she will be photographed leaving the hospital with the new baby). The Windsor Castle church is where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are due to get married on May 19.
Markle and Harry weren't photographed attending service this year, nor were Prince George or Princess Charlotte, unfortunately.
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