The royal family celebrated Easter Sunday today with a service St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Kate Middleton was on hand for the Easter event, looking lovely as she arrived at the chapel with Prince William.
For today's service, Kate wore a pale slate blue coatdress with a gray hat and carried a small clutch. Drop earrings, a brooch, and gray heels completed the look. See the Duchess of Cambridge's full ensemble here:
Will and Kate have become regulars at the Queen's East service. The royals have attended for the last two years, and even joined the traditional celebration last year just weeks before welcoming Prince Louis. In 2017, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a cream coat dress and matching hat to the occasion, and last year she chose a brown coat with a matching hat:
This year, Easter also falls on another special day for the royal family: Queen Elizabeth's 93rd birthday. While the monarch typically marks the day privately, this year we were given a glimpse at the celebration as the royal family attended church. After the service, the Queen and other royal ladies received bouquets of flowers from local children. In June, the monarch will officially mark her birthday with Trooping the Colour, her annual birthday parade in London.
Many other members of the royal family were spotted at today's service, including Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, and Princess Anne. Anne's children were also in attendance with their respective spouses-Peter Phillips brought his wife Autumn, while Zara and Mike Tindall were also seen at the service. Prince Edward and his family were there as well.
Prince Philip was not in attendance for the second year in a row. Prince Charles and Camilla missed the service-they traditionally spend Easter in Scotland-and the Duchess of Sussex was also not in attendance, as she anxiously awaits the arrival of their first baby
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