New Photo Of Kate Treating George And Charlotte To Ice Cream Emerged

Kate Middleton has been spotted taking Prince George and Princess Charlotte for a treat in London after school hours.

In a candid photo posted by @royalfashionpolice on Instagram, the Duchess looked beautiful in a green patterned dress while the little royals enjoyed their large flake 99 ice creams.

Both of the royal siblings were still in their PE kits! As George was wearing a football kit and Charlotte was in a white polo and black shorts.

This sighting comes just days after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge caught royal fans off-guard by deciding to bring along Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the Easter service at St.George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.

Kate Treating George And Charlotte To Ice Cream Emerged

The family looked marvellous in their matching outfits, Kate and Charlotte wearing a stunning shade of pale blue, while William and George also doubled up and both wore navy blue jackets and ties.

The ladies also added touches of navy blue to complement their looks and the gentlemen beside them, Kate adding a blue pleated headband and matching shoes to her calf-length coat dress and Charlotte adding a navy blue knitted cardigan to her tea dress.

The Duke and Duchess shared a photo on social media, Instagram and Twitter in particular, wishing a happy Easter to all royal fans around the world.

The Instagram photo showed a piece of Kensington Palace-headed paper that had “Happy Easter” written in intricate calligraphy, while on Twitter they wrote: “Wishing a Happy Easter to all our followers!”

On Thursday, Prince William and Kate paid a visit to the London headquarters of the Disasters Emergency Committee to learn more about their ongoing appeal to support people affected by the conflict in Ukraine. They met aid workers who have returned from helping the humanitarian effort in Ukraine.

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