Duchess Kate's recent eye-catching outfit was highly appreciated by fans
The royal baby is due in April, and Kate was not expected to make any more public appearances as she prepares for the birth.
Her third child is due to arrive any day now but that didn’t stop Kate Middleton from stepping out in style for the Easter Sunday service. The royal family gathered at the chapel where next month Prince Harry will wed his fiancée Meghan Markle.
According to All Cute All the Time, Kate and William had spent Easter weekend with her family, although royal watchers noted in previous years the couple has still attended church with the Queen even if they had been staying with the Middleton family.
She wore a black coat, giant pearl earrings, and pin, plus a brown fascinator-like hat adorned with a big bow. It was a simple but chic look for the St. George's Chapel service. She matched it with nude shoes and a broach.
We can all agree that brown and black may be a curious choice for an Easter mass, but Middleton never fails when it comes to fashion. The colors just made us think of Easter chocolates that Prince George and Princess Charlotte most likely noshed on later that day.
The Duchess was accompanied by Prince William who dressed smartly in a navy suit and tie. Last year Kate wore a cream coat and hat by designer Catherine Walker for the Royals' Easter service so this year's dark outfit was a different look altogether.
Considering how stunning the soon-to-be mother of three looked, you would've hardly noticed that she was mixing black and brown in the first place. The pairing looked effortlessly chic on the Duchess, who was all smiles in every photo captured.
The Duchess wore her brunette hair styled in her trademark Chelsea blow-dry. Beauty-wise she opted for a pink lip, a smoky grey eyeshadow with a sweep of black eyeliner across her lid. Her cheeks were highlighted with a peach blush giving her a beautiful glow.
They joined the Queen, Princess Eugenie, and other members of the royal family at the church, though, sadly, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and the royal babies, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were not there.