Kate Middleton is the master of maternity style. And the Duchess of Cambridge, who’s due this month, looked chic for Easter church services at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, England.
Middleton sported a dark coat for the occasion, teamed with a matching fascinator-like hat adorned with a large bow and a pearl brooch. Although she is well into the third trimester, the 36-year-old opted for high heels, choosing nude pumps that appeared to be from Gianvito Rossi, one of her favorite designers.
While Middleton’s pregnancy style undoubtedly serves as inspiration to many women, at least one member of the royal family is also taking note. Zara Tindall — Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter who is expecting her second child — opted for a similar look to Middleton’s at Easter services.
Like Middleton, Tindall paired a collared coat with high heels, matching a bright blue coat with suede heels in the same shade. She accessorized with a navy, feathered hat and a clutch.
Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth II went for a cheery spring ensemble in a fuchsia coat and a flower-adorned hat. Like Middleton, the queen opted for pearl jewelry, completing her look with black loafers.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — who will wed in May — opted to skip church services.
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