On Sunday, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Her Majesty and Prince Philip at Crathie Kirk Church in Balmoral for Sunday Service.
Kate Middleton looks elegant in oversized hat as she joins royals for church service in Balmoral https://t.co/dD078CWRmE
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) August 20, 2017
Couple was seen travelling in a vehicle driven by Prince Andrew. They were joined by Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Edward and Mike and Zara Tindall.
Every year Queen and Duke of Edinburgh spent the summer at their Scottish castle. It serves as the perfect opportunities for the royals to spent some quality time with family and relax away from the privy eyes of public and media.
We believe that Prince William and Kate joined the Queen in Balmoral last week as Prince William joined his father Prince Charles on Wednesday for the Edinburgh Tattoo and a special performance at the Palace of Holyrood.
Crathie Kirk Church is the same church where Princess Royal Anne married Sir Timothy Laurence in 1992. Built of local granite and scot pines, church is the regular worship place for British royals at Balmoral.
For the occasion Duchess Kate brought her wardrobe oldies together. She was seen wearing her versatile Hobbs London ‘Celeste’ style coat. We have seen Kate in same coat many times before. She wore the same coat for 2015 Crathie Kirk Church service also.She also wore the same coat on 2012 and 2016 Christmas church services also on an engagement in March 2013.
Kate paired her coat with L.K. Bennett Addison dress that we first saw when Cambridge’s welcomed Barack and Michelle Obama at Kensington Palace with Prince Harry in 2016.
Duchess complemented her look with her navy blue Tiffany drop-brim hat from Lock & Co. Crafted from 100% rabbit fur felt, this ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ hat features stunning lipped drop-brim and wide Petersham band and available at £325.00
Duchess wore the same hat previously at the unveiling of the Iraq Afghanistan Memorial in London in March 2017.
As it was a private event so not many photographs are available, you can see some at here on Dailymail.