Kate Middleton looked stylish in an all-blue outfit to join the rest of the royals for an Easter Sunday church service.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, was seen arriving at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle with her husband Prince William, 39, as well as their eldest two children Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, six.
She wowed in a baby blue Emilia Wickstead dress, which she accessorised with an Emmy London clutch bag, Jane Taylor London crepe pleated headband and suede Emmy London heels, in complementary shades of blue.
The royal mother-of-three previously wore the smart frock, which features a cinched-in waist and flared skirt, on an official visit to Luxembourg in 2017.
Finishing off her look, the duchess wore a pair of pearl cluster earrings by jeweller Cassandra Goad which she previously wore to the christening of her youngest child Prince Louis, in July 2018.
In addition to the Cambridges – who were missing three-year-old son Prince Louis – there were a string of other royal attendees at the gathering.
These include Mike and Zara Tindall, along with their daughter Mia, as well as the Earl and Countess of Wessex with their children Louise Mountbatten-Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.
Princess Eugenie was also seen arriving with her cousin Peter Philips, and his daughters Isla and Savannah.
It was revealed previously that the Queen – who will turn 96 next week – wouldn't be in attendance, due to mobility issues.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall represented Her Majesty at the Royal Maundy service on Thursday.
The royal gathering comes as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent Easter Sunday at the Invictus Games in the Netherlands.
Last night, the Duchess of Sussex wowed at the event's opening ceremony in a cream off-shoulder Khaite body suit.
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