Prince William and his wife, Kate, joined King Charles and his wife and queen consort, Camilla, at Windsor Castle for their traditional Easter service on Sunday – the first of King Charles’ reign.

The Prince and Princess of Wales were spotted on a walk from the castle to the nearby St. George’s Chapel with their three children, Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, wearing coordinated blue outfits.


Kate, 41, looked striking in her royal blue Catherine Walker & Co coat dress, which she paired with a matching Lock & Co pillbox hat, a royal blue clutch, and nude heels. The Princess of Wales also wore a rare bold share of red nail polish. Princess Charlotte was dressed in a more muted floral dress and blue tights, and Prince William and Prince George both opted for navy suits, while Louis was dressed in powder blue shorts, a navy blazer and knee socks.


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Also in attendance was King Charles’ disgraced younger brother, Prince Andrew. The family reunion comes less than a month before the King’s grand coronation on May 6, where Prince George will be participating as the page boy.  

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