William and Kate join the Queen at Easter church service

William and Kate walked together with other members of the Royal family to the Mattins at St George's Chapel yesterday morning.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, pulled a ideal granddaughter-in-law move as the Royal family celebrated Easter Sunday by curtsying to the Queen while looking elegant in a custom-made coat from Catherine Walker with matching pillbox hat. As for Prince William, he came to salute Queen Elizabeth II, dressed in a very elegant navy suit.

The Duke and Duchess' of Cambridge's children, Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, one, were not present at the ceremony.

The Duchess of Cambridge's curtsey - and William's bow - means that it was the first time in the day that they had seen the Queen, according to etiquette rules.

Much like Prince Charles and Princess Diana, Prince William and Kate Middleton are now facing the possibility of their relationship deteriorating in the public eye - but unlike Prince Charles and Princess Diana, it has yet to progress to the point of no return.

Meanwhile, the Queen went for a much more eye-catching ensemble, wearing a daringly bright teal coat with a matching hat adorned with pink flowers.

The Duchess of Cambridge in Catherine Walker. She wore an identical outfit like the monarch, even though she wore a different color. This time, they made arrangements, as organized by Kevin S. MacLeod, Canadian Secretary to the Queen, that would benefit the two.

Prince Harry missed Easter with the royal family, as he spent the holiday with his girlfriend Meghan Markle in Toronto. Now that the Duchess is getting more involved in royal duties, people have started wondering the same again.

  • Leroy Wright