Kate Middleton Made A Stylish Appearance At Easter Service Despite Being On Maternity Leave

Date April 2, 2018

For many people, Easter celebration is all about family, and the royals are not the exception. On Sunday, the family attended the traditional service at St. George’s Chapel – the same venue the Queen’s grandson is due to wed in May.

The British monarch proved she had already embraced the spirit of spring, sporting a purple coat and a floral dress. Duchess Catherine was also in attendance, and all eyes were on the expectant mom.


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Her due date quickly approaches, but this didn’t stop Kate Middleton from stepping out together with her husband at the service. The 36-year-old looked simply stunning in a classic dark coat, an elegant matching hat, and nude heels.


It’s very likely that this outing was the last time the duchess is seen in public, as she is now on maternity leave. So, let’s enjoy a few more pictures of the brunette beauty at Windsor Castle.



Little Prince George and Princess Charlotte were not with their parents. The Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, was also absent because of his hip problem. And looking at the pictures, you will not spot Prince Harry with his bride-to-be, Meghan Markle.

The two opted to celebrate the holiday in private. Actually, the redhead royal hasn’t attended Easter church service with his grandmother for years. So, it seems that the event is optional.


Instead, the Queen was joined by Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, and several other family members.

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