Kate Middleton looked lovely in tartan as she joined Prince William and other royal family members at Crathie Church near Balmoral
The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are visiting Royal family members at the Balmoral estate in Scotland, and Prince William was seen dutifully driving his wife to the Sunday service at Crathie Church yesterday.
For those of us hoping for another glimpse of the youngest – and cutest – member of the regal clan, Prince George, there was no such luck – he stayed home with the nanny.
Kate looked radiant (isn’t she always?) in one of her classic recycled wardrobe pieces, a grey and blue plaid ‘Workers coat’ from British label Moloh (she also stepped out in the tartan piece, which retails for £425, in April of this year), which she teamed with an elegant Lock & Co. ‘Fairytale’ hat in black and Kiki McDonough citrine drop earrings.
The couple joined other Royals including Prince George‘s great-grandparents the Queen and Prince Philip, as well as granddad Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall for the service.
Prince George will be getting out and about soon – according to the Mirror, Kate and Will have already applied for the tiny tot’s passport and are planning to take him with them on their tour of Australia and New Zealand next year.