On Sunday, William and Kate were spotted driving in a convoy of cars from Balmoral Castle to attended morning prayers at Crathie Kirk church in north – east Scotland.
Crathie Kirk is a small Church of Scotland parish church in the village of Crathie. It is the worship place of choice for the royal family when they are holidaying at nearby Balmoral Castle.
The couple are thought to be marking the Queen’s landmark reign at Balmoral along with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and other members of the Royal Family.
The Duchess of Cambridge sat in the passenger seat of the Range Rover driven by Prince William. Prince George and Princess Charlotte were left at home.
Kate bundled up in her sleek brown, ‘Unlimited Celeste’ coat (£329 reduced to £182) from high street chain Hobbs. You may recall that she last wore the wool coat in Liverpool on Valentine’s Day back in 2012.
On this occasion, she teamed her chestnut coat with a cozy black turtleneck (UFO) and her gold Kiki McDonough Citrine Drop earrings.
The beautiful Duchess debuted a chic, shorter hairstyle. She wore her hair in a half up-do with flattering bangs.