The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dressed in their Sunday best today as they attended church services with Queen Elizabeth II in Sandringham, England.
Duchess Kate Middleton chose a coat by Catherine Walker, which she has worn before while visiting Norway last year in February, with a polka dot dress by L.K. Bennett.
She paired the coat and matching headband from Jane Taylor with a pair of black, pointed-toe pumps.
Prince William went for an all-black ensemble with a patterned red tie and black dress shoes as they headed into St Mary Magdalene Church.
The royal couple was joined by Queen Elizabeth II, who also chose a monochromatic look.
The queen wore a camel coat with furry sleeves over a matching camel dress. She accessorized with a coordinating tan hat with an oversized bow and her favorite pearls.
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