Kate Middleton Steals the Show During Easter Service With Her Perfect Blue Ensemble
Kate Middleton, looking as radiant as ever, was photographed attending Easter Sunday Service wearing a baby blue Alexander McQueen dress at St. George's Chapel together with her family.
The Duchess of Cambridge never fails to dazzle people with her charming smile and positive energy. Onlookers usually wait for her outfits which are simple yet elegant and the joyful spirit that makes her a favorite royal.
Kate Middleton, 37, was seen attending Easter Sunday church service at the St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, together with other members of the royal family. The celebration also doubles as Queen Elizabeth’s 93rd birthday.
Middleton wore a light blue coat dress by Alexander McQueen, which she has previously worn during Easter service in 2014 while touring Australia and New Zealand, high heeled shoes, and a grey fascinator while greeting her grandmother-in-law with a curtsey.
She accessorized with only her wedding ring and dangling Robinson Pelham earrings, which she first wore on her wedding day. The mother of three was prim and proper, socializing with her in-laws as if groomed to be a royal from the very beginning.
Other royals were in attendance such as Prince Andrew and his two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, Princess Anne and her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, their son, Peter Phillips and his wife, Autumn, and Prince Edward. However, Meghan Markle was not present in the celebration, given that she is to give birth anytime soon.
Markle’s due date is kept private as mentioned in the statement that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex make-up artist unintentionally disclosed while promoting his stage appearance in a makeup show.
Daniel Martin posted dates in his Instagram account of when he will be in New York, hence the rumor that Markle will be giving birth before the dates mentioned.
Although nothing is sure, fans and those who anticipate her first child’s birth, hold on to this piece of information, hoping it be true.