Before George and Charlotte start with school in September, the Cambridges are spending some quality time with the Queen in Balmoral.
Today, Prince William and Kate joined the Queen to church for a Sunday service. The trio was photographed as they arrived for the service at Crathie Kirk Church.
The Queen and Kate were all smiles as they sat together in the back seat of the car. Prince William also looked cheerful as he waved the crowd.
The monarch looked lovely in pink. Kate opted for a green Michael Kors dress with an overcoat and fascinator, while William wore a smart suit and red tie.
Prince Charles was photographed arriving in a separate car with wife Camilla. Among the attendees were also Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex with their daughter Lady Louis; Princess Anne, her husband Timothy Laurence, and her son Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn.
Harry, Meghan and Archie haven’t joined the royal cohort because Prince Harry attended the Rugby League Challenge Cup final on Saturday at Wembley Stadium.
Prince William, Kate and their three children will be spending this August bank holiday with the Queen in Balmoral Castle, the Queen’s Favorite Scottish Getaway.
They were spotted on Thursday morning boarding a budget airline to fly to Aberdeen for their late summer getaway. The Cambridges along their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo were all noticed disembarking the 8:45am FlyBe flight from Norwich to Aberdeen.
A passenger on the plane revealed to the MailOnline: “The family were sat right at the front. I fly this route all the time and we were non the wiser. No one knew they were on the flight. Later on I realised that Kate’s mother was sat a few rows in front of me.”
It’s kind of a tradition for the royals to come and stay with the Queen in Scotland during her summer holiday.
Over the past few weeks, she has been visited by Prince Andrew and his daughters Beatrice and Eugenie.