Kate Middleton stuns in plum coat and fedora as she joins Prince William and family for Sunday church service
Kate was seen sporting a multi-colored coat which she matched with a mauve hat that had an animal print band on it
The royal family was seen at church on January 5 morning with the Queen being joined by Prince William and Kate Middleton as well as her parents Carole and Michael in Sandringham.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 37 years old, looked relaxed as they went to Sandringham's St. Mary Magdalena Church. Kate was seen sporting a multi-colored coat which she had matched with a mauve hat which had an animal print band. Kate finished off the look with a pair of suede brown boots, gloves, as well as a leather clutch bag.
She accessorized the outfit with a pair of drop earrings and had her makeup kept minimal with some blush and a little bit of eye shadow. She had her hazelnut locks left loose under her hat as she walked alongside her husband Prince William.
The mother of three had coordinated her outfit with the Queen, 93. The Queen was seen wearing a plum-colored skirt and a jacket ensemble, along with a matching electric blue hat.
Prince William, on the other hand, was seen sporting a blue coat and a pair of trousers of the same color. He was seen smiling as the couple exchanged words while walking to the service. William and Kate's children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis — were not seen at the service.
Over the last eight years, since marrying Prince William, Kate has impressed royal insiders with her ability to support her husband while building her own portfolio in early childhood education and development. As reported by People, a source shared, "Kate is in her element right now, she’s really stuck at it and persevered with what she believes in."
She has also been committed to her children and trying to give them "as normal a start as possible", an insider revealed. "That’s just how they are. They know what’s coming (as they near the throne)."