The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, and Duchess Catherine, made another first today – They joined Her Majesty The Queen for the Easter Service at the St. George’s Chapel of Windsor Castle. The Queen has regularly attended the service at the chapel, but this is the first time we are seeing the Cambridge couple as part of the congregation.
Joining them at the service were The Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Anne, and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, Peter Philips and his wife Autumn, the Wessex couple, and the Yorks.
The Duchess of Cambridge curtsying to The Queen. The members of the Royal family Curstises the Queen when they meet her for the first time in a day. The moment shows that Catherine did not see The Queen ahead of the service.
William and Catherine’s presence at the annual family event is prominent as the Royal couple is set to be full-time working royals later this year.
For the day, The Duchess of Cambridge wore her Catherine Walker coat that we saw in September 2016 at the end of the Canada Tour.
The Duchess paired the coat with Lock & Co Hatters Jacquelin Hat
She teamed up the look with her Rupert Sanderson Malory Nude Pumps
and Etui Cream Woven Leather Clutch. Thanks to Anna for the id.
The Queen’s Diamond and Pearl Small Earrings completed the look.