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The Duchess of Cambridge brought back an old favorite look for this year's royal Easter service with her family.
The Cambridge family attended the Easter Mattins Service in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle this morning, with Prince William and Kate's two eldest children, Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 6, making their debut at the annual tradition. For the event, the mother of three recycled a bespoke dresscoat by Emilia Wickstead that she previously wore on visit to Luxembourg in 2017.
She finished the piece with accessorizes in varying shades of blue, including slate-toned heels, a pastel clutch, and a deep blue headband.
In pictures from the event, the duke and duchess alternate between holding George and Charlotte's hands as they enter the church. The whole family – minus 3-year-old Louis –were coordinating, with the elder and younger princes wearing navy suits. Princess Charlotte wore a navy cardigan over a floral collared dress, paired with pale blue tights and Mary Jane-style flats.
The royal tradition took place without Her Majesty the Queen, who has been mostly working from home since recovering from COVID-19. The Cambridges led the procession of senior royals arriving to the service this year.
Other senior royals who attended this year's service include Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, with their children Lady Louise, and James, Viscount Severn; as well as Princess Eugenie, who arrived with cousin Peter Phillips and his two daughters, Savannah and Isla. The queen's granddaughter Zara Tindell also attended with her husband Mike Tindell and their eldest daughter Mia.
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