Kate chose a coat by Catherine Walker for today’s Easter Sunday church services. below you see the couple being greeted by the Dean of Windsor, the right Reverend David Conner.
The Duke, Duchess, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are staying at the Middletons Berkshire house this weekend. They joined other royals at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, for the service. below you see (l to r) Peter as well as Autumn Phillips, Zara Tindall, Jack Brooksbank (Princess Eugenie’s fiancé), Princess Eugenie, Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice, as well as Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence as they await the Queen’s arrival.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex as well as woman Louise on their method to church. a number of noted this appears to be the very first time the young woman has worn heels. (Who doesn’t remember that experience?!)
Prince Philip did not go to today’s service; he has just recently been bothered by a hip problem. more from The everyday Mail:
While the Queen attended the event without Prince Philip, it is not believed his absence is due to a serious health and wellness problem, the Duke was spotted driving around the grounds of the Windsor Estate last week.
Typically the Queen is the last to arrive, however today that wasn’t the case.
Kate as well as William arrived after HM. Richard Palmer of The reveal tweeted a video of the pair arriving.
More from The Telegraph’s story:
William as well as Kate were the final royals to show up at the church – arriving after the Queen as well as other household members had already gone in – as well as a few minutes after the 10.45am begin time.
The Queen, Kate as well as William exiting the Chapel. We have had some comments wondering who the people are directly behind William as well as Kate. a number of have been kind sufficient to response the comments directly, however for those who may not see the responses, the gentleman is the Queen’s equerry (personal aide/assistant), Major Nana Kofi Twumasi-Ankrah (called ‘TA’ by friends); the lady looks like woman Sarah Chatto, Princess Margaret’s only daughter. UPDATE: several comments note the lady behind Kate does not appear to be woman Sarah Chatto; I will continue trying to see who it was.
HM looked lovely in a vibrant cerise ensemble.
Another view of the Duke as well as Duchess as they prepare to head back to the Middletons.
Now for what Kate wore, beginning with the Catherine Walker coat. The piece is a double wool crepe in a color the style home calls chocolate brown. It features princess seaming as well as box pleats on the front as well as back of the garment.
At last year’s Easter service the Duchess also wore Catherine Walker.
Many keep in mind Kate in this coat in 2015 for St. Patrick’s Day with the Irish Guards.
Here is the Duchess wearing the coat in 2015 as well as once again today.
We saw the return of what may be Kate’s preferred hat, the Betty Boop style by Lock as well as Company.
We state preferred hat since this is at least the seventh time we’ve seen Kate wearing the style.
The Duchess accessorized with her Gianvito Rossi suede heels in the lower, 85mm height ($675); we show them at Saks. The style is likewise offered at Gianvito Rossi (£495, about $700 at today’s exchange rates).
Kate carried her Loeffler-Randall “Tab Lizard-Effect leather Clutch.” The leather bag measures approximately 5″ x 9″, as well as it comes with a concealable chain, allowing it to be carried over the shoulder.
The Duchess had on her Balenciaga earrings.
And her faux pearl brooch. With thanks to Janet for her comment mentioning it, just below the pin, you can see where the holder for the shamrocks worn on St. Patrick’s Day.
Kate wore her hair partially up.
This is likely the last time we will see the Duchess up until after the birth of the Cambridge family’s third child.
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I will add more links when I return from a household dinner this evening. happy Easter to all celebrating the day!
The everyday Mail’s photo-laden story is here; The Telegraph’s story is here; The Mirror‘s online protection is here; The Express story as well as gallery is here; The Sun’s piece is here
Simon Perry’s people story is here; Town as well as Country’s gallery is here; PopSugar’s gallery is here; the Fug Girl’s extremely witty slideshow is here; a gallery from Hello! is here