Kate couldn’t hide her burgeoning baby bump when she eventually arrived at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle for the service.
Despite covering up in a black coat and brown hat, it could clearly be seen she had bloomed during maternity leave, despite just days away from the public eye.
But both she and Prince William are likely to be in the Queen’s bad books as they arrived after the monarch, supposedly because they were caught in traffic on the way to the service.
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But all the members of the royal family – including the Queen – had already entered the church when the Duke and Duchess finally arrived.
The Queen was welcomed with curtsies from the likes of Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, who had brought her fiance James Brooksbank to the event.
But she was seen looking for her grandson and granddaughter in law who were missing from the line up.
The couple are visiting the Middletons this Easter at their home