Princess Kate, accompanied by her husband Prince William and their three children, looked stunning on Easter Sunday as they attended the Easter Mattins Service at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. The Princess of Wales wore a sapphire-hued coat dress designed by Catherine Walker, one of her favorite designers. Her figure-skimming ‘Mayfair' dress and electric blue pillbox hat from Lock & Co. perfectly complemented the spring sunshine.
Kate's chocolate brown tresses were styled in elegant tumbling curls and she wore a rosy blush, bronze eye shadow, and a soft pink lip, enhancing her natural beauty. The royal mother-of-three wore sapphire and pearl drop earrings set in a gold clasp, along with her iconic diamond and sapphire engagement ring, formerly belonging to Princess Diana.
While Princess Kate's fashion choices are typically flawless, her choice of a scarlet manicure drew some attention as it is reportedly against royal etiquette to wear fake or brightly-colored nails for public appearances. Despite this, the royal looked radiant, and her scarlet manicure added a bold pop of color to her ensemble.
Princess Charlotte, following in her mother's sartorial footsteps, looked adorable in a smart floral dress from Rachel Riley, while Prince George and Prince Louis looked equally smart in matching navy suit jackets. The royal family's attendance at the Easter Mattins Service was bittersweet as they marked the first Easter since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and the second anniversary of Prince Phillip's death.
Traditionally, Queen Elizabeth II would host her family for lunch at her Windsor home before attending the church service at St. George's Chapel. While the loss of the Queen and Prince Phillip has brought sadness to the family, their presence at the Easter service shows their unwavering commitment to their royal duties.
In conclusion, Princess Kate looked poised and elegant on Easter Sunday, adhering to royal etiquette with a few daring twists. Along with her husband and children, she paid her respects at the Easter Mattins Service, showing that even in times of grief, the royal family continues to represent the country with dignity and grace.