Duchess Kate flaunts blossoming baby bump in Catherine Walker coat on Easter

Duchess Kate flaunts blossoming baby bump in Catherine Walker coat on Easter

An oldie but a goodie! Duchess Kate attended church on Easter Sunday, recycling a Catherine Walker look she previously donned on St. Patrick's Day in 2015 while pregnant with Princess Charlotte.

The 36-year-old royal, who is due any day now, made an appearance at St. George's Chapel alongside husband Prince William. Her two children Princess Charlotte and Prince George were nowhere to be found and probably stayed with their nanny at home.

Kate completed the tailored look from the Chelsea-based designer with a pair of Balenciaga earrings, a hat by Lock & Co. and nude Gianvito Rossi pumps.

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A number of notable royals were not present -- Queen Elizabeth arrived solo without Prince Philip, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had other plans and Prince Charles and Camilla also did not attend.

Prince William and Duchess Kate opted to take their car right at the entrance of the church instead of walking down a small hill, which is understandable considering that Kate is eight months pregnant. However, the royal couple did break protocol by arriving seven minutes after the queen.

But judging by the photographs, the queen wasn't fazed by their tardiness, flashing a mega-watt smile as she talked to several members of her family.

For more on the royal family's Easter celebrations, watch the video above!

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