Prince William, 40, and Kate Middleton, 41, matched in blue with their three adorable kids Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, for Easter! The family of five were seen making their way to St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on Sunday, April 9 — marking a return for youngest Louis, who was absent last year. The littlest Wales was the only one in the group to wear a pair of breezy baby blue shorts for the official service, paired with knee high socks and a traditional blazer with tie.
Prince Louis held onto his mom’s hand, who looked absolutely regal in a royal blue ensemble. The future Queen of England wore a ankle length blue coat and matching hat, paired with a pair of nude suede pumps that are likely from her go-to brand, Gianvito Rossi. Eagle eyed followers may recognize the Catherine Walker & Co coat dress, which she previously sported at the 2022 Commonwealth Day Service. The Lock & Co pillbox hat has also made a re-appearance from a St. Patricks Day outing last year. She also made a statement with her surprising red nail polish, which is dramatically different than typical clear or nude shades sported by her and other members of the family.
Charlotte also looked adorable in a blue floral printed sundress with a Peter Pan collar, keeping her hair down with the front layers pinned back. She also added tights to the outfit, and a coat — but later ditched the outwear which mom Kate held onto after the service. Finally, Prince William was dapper in a dark navy suit matching his eldest son, George, both with shirts and ties. George has more recently been wearing a full suit, a transition away from shorts, which are worn by younger boys in Britain for such events.
All three royal kids were seen giving handshakes to the pastor as they left the church service — including Louis, who first made a similar appearance on Christmas Day.