Easter Sunday was certainly a red-letter day for Cambridge seniors. Indeed, Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40, took Prince George of Cambridge, 8, and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, 6, to their first church service. The royal children obviously stole the show from everyone at the event. Note that alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Tindalls and the Wessexes were also present at the event.
Prince George of Cambridge had joined the family to say goodbye to the Dean of Windsor, the Very Reverend David Conner. Everyone also shook hands. Only Princess Charlotte of Cambridge did not want to join them and made it clear that she wanted to return. Indeed, Princess Charlotte was seen discreetly tugging at the back of her mother’s coat, 40-year-old Kate Middleton. This was to let her know she wanted to quickly enjoy the chocolates waiting for her at home, according to Mirror. Having failed, Charlotte of Cambridge then moved away from her family to wait a few steps further.
The Cambridges chose matching outfits
For this sunny day, the Cambridge family decided to put on matching outfits. For Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, she chose to recycle a blue coat signed Emilia Wickstead. Note that the wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, had already worn this piece during a visit to Luxembourg in 2017. The Duchess associated this coat with an elegant bandeau in a darker shade of blue as well as matching heels .
As for Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, she presented herself in a magnificent blue floral dress. She also wore matching tights. For Prince George of Cambridge and Prince William, father and son wore a suit with a tie.
Prince William, Catherine (Kate) Middleton and their children © Julien Burton