Pregnant Kate surprises fans with Easter Sunday service appearance

Pregnant Kate surprises fans with Easter Sunday service appearance

Like a year ago William and Kate's children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, did not make an appearance at the service.

The Duchess of Cambridge is officially on maternity leave, so fans thought they might not see the royal until she welcomes her third child, but Prince William's wife looked radiant on a surprise appearance at the Easter Sunday church service at St George's Chapel in Windsor. She wore a dark coat, earrings and a pin made with huge pearls, and a brown fascinator-like hat adorned with a big bow. But a brown cap Middleton already wore before - the celebration of St. Patrick's Day in 2015.

Prince Harry and his fiancee, American actress Meghan Markle, did not attend.

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According to Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the last to arrive at the venue.

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Also in attendance at the service was Zara Tindall, who dressed her growing bump in a vibrant blue coat, along with Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank. They may have VIP day jobs, but when they're off the clock, William and Kate are all about their little ones.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who is now on maternity leave, joined Prince William and Queen Elizabeth during this year's Easter service, "Mirror" reported. And when it comes to instilling good values and morals in Prince George and Princess Charlotte, they don't mess around.

It is not known exactly when the royal baby is due, with Kensington Palace only confirming that he or she is expected in April.

Prince Philip also missed a Windsor Castle ceremony last Thursday, where he had been set to hand over his role as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards to his son, Prince Andrew. As Elle explained, Princess Diana also did the same when she gave birth to both Prince William and Prince Harry.

Similarly, when Kate was pregnant with Princess Charlotte, she gave birth 37 days after beginning her maternity leave.

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