Kate Middleton opted for a pale blue ensemble, both chic and demure enough for the religious service (Image: Getty Images/Samir Hussein/WireImage)
Kate Middleton, 37, and Prince William, 36, attended an Easter service in St George’s Chapel in Windsor this morning. The parents of three were joined by other leading members of the Royal Family for the annual celebration. The Duchess of Cambridge once again showcased her sartorial style for the occasion. Kate opted for a pale blue ensemble, both chic and demure enough for the religious service.
Kate Middleton wears wedding earrings at royal Easter service with Prince William
She wore the knee-length, pale blue coat dress fastened across the front - a matching, slightly shorter dress just visible underneath.
The fitted coat dress featured a high collar which dipped into a V-shape at her collarbone.
On the left side of the number, she wore her sparkling Oak Leaf Brooch, which she first debuted in 2012 and wore again on Christmas Day 2015.
According to blog The Court Jeweller: “The oak leaf symbolism is tied with her Middleton family heritage, and oak leaf and acorn designs have often featured in her jewellery.”
In keeping with the theme, Kate also wore the diamond oak leaf and acorn earrings she wore at her wedding in April 2011.
The earrings - designed by Robinson Pelham - were commissioned by her parents, Carole and Michael