For Easter Church Service, Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Their 3 Kids Wear Blue

The royal family of Kate Middleton, Prince William, and their children celebrated Easter in a blue-tiful manner.

Royal children Prince George (now 9), Princess Charlotte (now 7), and Prince Louis (now 4) joined their parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, for Easter services at St. George’s Chapel on April 9. Everyone in the family wore various shades of blue for the outing.

Kate wore a blue coat, hat, and clutch that all coordinated with each other. She topped off her outfit with a pair of nude, pointy-toed heels. Charlotte, meanwhile, was decked out in a navy coat, tights, and flats to go with her blue floral dress.

George and his father, William, matched in their navy suits and white shirts with ties. What about Louis? He was dressed in a navy blazer, white shirt, blue tie, light blue shorts, and black dress socks.

Since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II in September at the age of 96, this was the first Easter without her. It’s also the first time Louis has attended the Royal family’s traditional Easter church service.

In 2022, only Charlotte and George attended the event with Kate and William; both mother and daughter wore pale blue dresses to coordinate, while George and William wore navy suits.

The Prince of Wales and his eldest son, Harry, sported matching outfits at Aston Villa FC’s Premier League match against Nottingham Forest at Villa Park in Birmingham, England, on April 8, a day before the entire family attended Easter church service. George and his dad went out for the day, and they both wore sweaters over collared shirts in shades of navy.

George will be given a pivotal role in May at the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla. The ceremony is scheduled for May 6. The prince will be one of eight Pages of Honour who will walk the procession and carry the robes inside Westminster Abbey in London. Freddy Parker Bowles, Gus Lopes, Louis Lopes, all of Camilla’s grandchildren, and Arthur Elliot, her great-nephew, will also serve as Pages of Honour.