Kate Middleton and her family attend the morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Mirror reported. Four generations of the British royal family have gathered at church on Sunday morning.
Kate Middleton and Prince William delighted their fans as they stepped out on Sunday morning to attend the morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk.
For the annual traditional event, Duchess Kate opted a purple jacket teamed with a navy trilby. Her husband was smart in a suit and tie, his outfit perfectly coordinated Kate’s one. Queen Elizabeth, as well as Carole and Michael Middleton – Kate’s parents – have joined the Cambridges.
Three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were staying at Anmer Hall, the Cambridge’s country house where they have been staying in during the seasonal holidays.
Attending the church services is one of the old good traditions under ruling of Queen Elizabeth. Last week, the monarch attended church with Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward. The youngest Queen’s son, Prince Andrew, is keeping the lowest profile after November sex scandal.
The Cambridges had a wonderful Christmas with the rest of the royal
Both Kate and William have been keeping a low profile over the past week, the royal couple prefers to enjoy spending quality family time with their children.
The Cambridges had a wonderful Christmas with the rest of the royal family. They will head back to London later today to be ready for the new school term on Monday.
For Kate Middleton, it was very important that her parents had an opportunity to join them at the service in Sandringham.
The young royals made their public walkabout debut on Christmas Day as they accompanied their parents for the first time to the morning church service in Sandringham. Charlotte stole the show as she was pictured hugging a lady in a wheelchair who had given her a pink inflatable flamingo.