Duchess Kate looked like the picture of spring as she joined the Royal Family at Easter Mattins service at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on Sunday (April 21). The Duchess of Cambridge arrived with Prince William, wearing a baby blue coat with a matching dress underneath. She accessorized with a grey Jane Taylor fascinator, Robinson Pelham earrings, and nude Emmy London heels.
It appears to be the same Alexander McQueen coat Kate wore for Easter service when she and Prince William were touring Australia in 2014. Then, Kate also stepped out in a matching dress, and a similar fascinator. Kate is known for recycling her favourite looks with slight twists. She’s already done just that this year.
The Queen, who was celebrating her 93rd birthday, arrived at the service wearing a beautiful light blue dress with a pink dress underneath. She accessorized with a matching blue hat that had a coordinated pink ribbon.
Her Majesty, Kate and William were joined by Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall, Autumn Phillips and Peter Phillips, Princess Anne, Lady Louise Windsor, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Prince Harry at the service. Harry was there solo, as Duchess Meghan is still pregnant with Baby Sussex and was resting at their new home of Frogmore Cottage.