The Royal Family

How Princess Kate Broke Royal Protocol With Her Easter Outfit

The¬†Princess of Wales¬†looked poised and elegant as she brought the sunshine on Easter Sunday, cutting an elegant figure in a sapphire-hued coat dress to attend the Easter Mattins Service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

Princess Kate, 41, was joined by her husband¬†Prince William, 40, and their three children¬†Prince George, nine,¬†Princess Charlotte, seven, and little¬†Prince Louis, four. The royal looked radiant as ever in her figure-skimming ‘Mayfair’ number, dressing for the spring sunshine in one of her favourite designers,¬†Catherine Walker.¬†

Prince Louis Joins The Royals For His First Easter Church Service

The royal mother-of-three styled her chocolate brown tresses in elegant tumbling curls beneath an electric blue pillbox hat from Lock & Co., elevating her natural beauty with a rosy blush, bronze eye shadow and a soft pink lip. 

Princess Kate’s unrivalled style is rarely complete without a perfectly coordinated set of accessories, of which the glamorous royal wore sapphire and pearl drop earrings set in a gold clasp, along with her iconic¬†diamond and sapphire engagement ring, which formerly belonged to Princess Diana.¬†

All eyes, however, were on the¬†Princess of Wales’ immaculate red manicure. According to¬†royal etiquette, fake nails or brightly-coloured nails are reportedly not appropriate for public appearances.

Never one to put a foot out of line, the royal rarely deviates from royal rules and regulations. So, fans were somewhat surprised to see Kate test her limits with a daring scarlet manicure.

Her daughter, Princess Charlotte, followed in her mother’s sartorial footsteps, looking adorable in a smart floral dress from¬†Rachel Riley¬†and pastel blue tights. Prince George and Prince Louis looked equally smart in matching navy suit jackets.¬†

It’s not the first time the Princess has stepped out in the bold and beautiful cobalt number. Last year, the then-Duchess of Cambridge wore the brilliant blue ensemble¬†to attend the Commonwealth Day Service¬†with her husband Prince William.¬†

READ: Prince Louis Joins The Royals For His First Easter Church Service


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