Leave it to the royals to celebrate Easter in style! Pregnant Kate Middleton made what could be her very last public appearance before she gives birth to baby No. 3 on Sunday, April 1 when she attended Easter church services with her husband Prince William and Queen Elizabeth. It was a royal family outing, and even though they were missing quite a few members, they still managed to have a great time celebrating the holiday. Watch the video above to see photos from Kate Middleton's Easter appearance!
Kate and William were actually late to the church services at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle because they were stuck in traffic and they arrived after the queen made her grand entrance, according to Town & Country. Some would say they were just fashionably late, but it is definitely considered a faux pas to arrive after the queen. But nonetheless, Kate and William didn't let their tardiness affect them and they still kept up a cheery disposition.
Earlier this week, Prince Phillip, 96, had to pull out of another church outing due to issues with his hip and it seems like he's still recovering because did not attend the church services on Sunday. Prince William's father Prince Charles, 69, and his wife Camilla Parker Bowles, 70, also did not join the family on Sunday because they usually spend Easter weekend in Scotland, according to People. And Prince William's brother Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle also did not attend because they had other "private" plans. Noticeably missing were William and Kate's children — four-year-old son Prince George and two-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte.
Kate looked to be in great health as she's getting closer and closer to her due date. She's expected to give birth later this month, and she already has her birth plan laid out perfectly, down to the last detail.
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