The King and Queen, Princess Anne & Sir Tim, The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew and The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay (Waleses) were pictured going to Church at Balmoral this morning. pic.twitter.com/pwS88AsMf2
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The Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Catherine (who I just found is still Kate Middleton to a big majority of public as per the Google trends), have arrived at the Balmoral Castle this weekend with their children. The Royal couple joined the King and Queen for the traditional Sunday church service at Crathie Kirk – another tradition that King Charles III has kept alive from his mother’s reign.
William and Kate has spent the last few weeks with their children at Anmer Hall in Norfolk and were away on a private holiday. The destination of this year’s summer holiday remains unknown we might know something if they decide to release a picture from the break as their Christmas card later this year.
#royals #new #KingCharles III has taken a residence at Balmoral Castle today. He was welcomed with the official welcome ceremony consisting of Guard of Honour formed by Balaklava Company and performances by The Pipe and Drums of 4 Scots pic.twitter.com/GMCMBxVhtq
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The King took residence at his family’s beloved holiday home in highlands – Balmoral Castle on Monday and then the extended family members started to join him. The first ones were Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie with their respective husbands and children.
For the church service, the King and Queen, Prince William and Princess Catherine (Kate Middleton) were joined by The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Princess Royal, Sir Timothy Laurence and The Duke of York.
The Prince and Princess of Wales will resume their Royal Duties with a visit to South Wales on the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s first death Anniversary in Septemberhttps://t.co/OrWVnK7yx3
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Next Month the Royal Family will be marking the first death anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II. While The King will be spending the day quietly at Balmoral Castle, Prince William and Kate will be heading to Wales for a church service paying tribute to the Late Queen.
What Princess Kate wore at the Balmoral Church Service
- Holland Cooper Full Length Marlborough Trench Coat – (New – Thanks to Middleton Maven)
- Hick & Brown The Suffolk Fedora in Dark Brown (Gamebird Feather) – (New – Thanks to Middleton Maven for the confirmation)
Kate was wearing a new Holland Cooper Full Length Marlborough Trench Coat for the day. The label confirmed that it was their Tawny coat via an email to me.
She paired the coat with Hick & Brown The Suffolk Fedora in Dark Brown. Her earrings remains unidentified due to the lack of clear pictures.