The Duchess of Cambridge made a stylish presence during the annual Easter Sunday service as she approaches the final days of her pregnancy.
Kate Middleton stunned everyone by attending the annual Easter Sunday service at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle alongside husband Prince William and Queen Elizabeth II.
According to Faith Family America, the Duchess of Cambridge looking amazing as she dressed in a classy and elegant ensemble of a dark coat, brown hat, nude pumps, and complementing clutch.
She further accessorized herself with a set of beautiful pearl earrings and broach to complete her royal look for the special event.
While Middleton looked absolutely lovely during the service, she was not accompanied by her two adorable children - Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Also among the list of people missing was Prince Harry, the soon-to-be-husband to the American actress Meghan Markle.
The source informed that Middleton's delightful public attendance has come following another big announcement regarding the Duchess.
Kensington Palace recently announced that Middleton was going to be the first ever Royal Patron of the Victoria and Albert Museum - which deals with visual arts, photography, and design, all of which are the subjects that Middle keenly follows.
The source further informed that Middleton has a degree in art history from University of St. Andrews, which makes her a perfect patron for the institution of such high stature.
Middleton has also been the Royal Patron of other arts-related organizations such as National Portrait Gallery.
Earlier in March, Kensington Palace had also announced that Middleton was going to make her final public appearance before her pregnancy at the Commonwealth events and, after which, she would begin her maternity leave.
Although she did make an appearance and impressed everyone in a floral top paired with black leggings and a cream-colored blazer, it wasn't to be her final appearance.