The Princess of Wales cut a graceful figure in a sapphire-hued coat dress to attend the Easter Mattins Service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on Easter Sunday, bringing the sunshine with her.
Along with her three children Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and young Prince Louis, 4, Princess Catherine, 41, was joined by her husband, Prince William, 40. The royal wore a figure-hugging “Mayfair” dress by one of her favorite designers, Catherine Walker, and looked as radiant as ever.
The royal mother-of-three enhanced her natural beauty with rosy blush, bronze eye shadow, and a soft pink lip while wearing her chocolate brown hair in stylish tumbling curls beneath an electric blue pillbox hat from Lock & Co.
Princess Catherine rarely leaves the house without a perfectly coordinated set of jewelry, and for her engagement, the famous princess Diana-predecessor’s diamond and sapphire engagement ring was paired with sapphire and pearl drop earrings.
But everyone was focusing on the Princess of Wales’ flawless red manicure. Fake nails or very brightly colored nails are reportedly inappropriate for public appearances, according to royal etiquette.
Never one to step out of line, the royal adheres closely to royal laws and customs. Fans were therefore somewhat shocked to see Catherine push herself with a risky scarlet manicure.
Princess Charlotte, who took after her mother’s fashion sense, looked adorable in a sophisticated floral dress from Rachel Riley and pale blue tights. In matching navy suit jackets, Prince George and Prince Louis presented an equally stylish appearance.
The Princess has previously appeared in the stunning and daring cobalt ensemble. The then-Duchess of Cambridge wore the vivid blue ensemble the previous year when she and Prince William went to the Commonwealth Day Service.
The royal family is undoubtedly experiencing a bittersweet Easter this year as they mark both the second anniversary of Prince Phillip’s passing and the first since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
The late Queen Elizabeth II would customarily host her family for lunch at her Windsor residence, after which the royals would leave to go to St. George’s Chapel for the church service.