Prince George and Princess Charlotte made their royal Easter debut with parents Kate Middleton and Prince William, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
This past Sunday marked a new first for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The two eldest children of Kate Middleton and Prince William joined the royal family at the Easter Sunday church service. The royal children attended the mass at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Kate and Prince William’s youngest son, Prince Louis, did not join his parents and siblings for the outing.
Queen Elizabeth also did not attend the Easter Church service. It was confirmed earlier this week that the monarch, who will turn 96 next week, would not be attending this year’s Easter church service.
The Cambridge family looked adorable and coordinated in blue outfits for the occasion. Prince William and Prince George opted for sharp navy suits, while Princess Charlotte wore a floral dress, navy cardigan and blue tights that perfectly coordinated with her mother’s sky blue dress and headpiece.
While this marks Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s first Easter church outing, it has been noted that Kate and Prince William have started to bring their children to more royal events in recent years. Prince George and Princess Charlotte made their first royal Chris debut in 2019, and recently attended the Service of Thanksgiving held at Westminster Abbey on March 29.