The Duchess of Cambridge recycled a military-style coat for church services on Sunday morning.
Kate Middleton is the epitome of effortless pregnancy style, and this weekend was no different as she was spotted on a Sunday stroll to St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.
Joined by Prince William and his grandfather Prince Philip, the Duchess of Cambridge was in high spirits as she covered her growing baby bump in a long military-style brown tweed coat with a brown fur-trim hat and matching gloves. This wasn't the first time Princess Kate donned the tailored look — she wore the jacket on Christmas Day in 2014 when pregnant with Princess Charlotte, now 2 years old.
It's not unusual for the 35-year-old princess, who is currently expecting her third child with Prince William this spring, to recycle outerwear pieces from her wardrobe.
The couple's two children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, 4, were assumed to have remained at home, as the trio made their way to the chapel. Kate's sister, Pippa Matthews, also made an appearance at church alongside her husband, James Matthews. Pippa, who married James in a beautiful countryside wedding in May, looked chic in a navy blue belted trench coat with a coordinating fedora and heels.
While Philip, 96, opted to walk, Queen Elizabeth arrived to the traditional church service by car with a female companion.
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