It was a family affair at Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham estate on Sunday as Kate Middleton stepped out in her favorite Aquatalia Rhumba boots and Michael Kors suit for a special church service. The event marked the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War Gallipoli campaign.
The entire Middleton family — Carole, Michael, Pippa and James — joined the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, the Queen and Prince Phillip for the occasion. The clan had been celebrating Kate’s 34th birthday together on Saturday. (On Sunday, Prince George and Princess Charlotte stayed at home at William and Kate’s Anmar house on the estate.)
Middleton was last seen in the boots in November during an engagement in Wales, when she and Prince William visited the Gisda charity center.
In October, the Duchess paired the boots with a custom royal blue topper by Scottish designer Christopher Kane for appearances in Dundee, Scotland. She first wore the boots in 2011 and has donned the pair many times since.
The Duchess has also worn the Kors suit before, most recently for a Christmas church service.
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