The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge commenced their Christmas Day celebrations with communion at St. Mary Magadelene's Church in Sandringham. They joined Her Majesty the Queen and other members of the royal family for the traditional walk to the church.
The Middleton family were also in attendance as they are spending Christmas with William and Kate at their current residence, Anmer Hall.
After the service, William and Kate chatted to well-wishers waiting outside the church.
The Duchess rugged up and covered her 5-month baby bump with a brown tweed coat we've not seen previously.
The coat has been identified as the Moloh 'Turpin' coat. The piece is from their 2013 autumn/winter collection, so sadly it's not available to buy anymore. Below is a brief description of the coat as featured in February 2013 Belgravia Residents’ Journal.
This piece is Kate's second coat from the quintessentially British brand. During her first pregnancy with Prince George, Kate debuted the Moloh 'Workers' coat
Under Kate's coat, we got a glimpse of her Hobbs Animal Print shirtdress; the dress was first seen when the Duke and Duchess visited Wales in November. The dress has been reduced to £75.
Kate colour coordinated the long tweed coat with brown and gold toned accessories.
She wore her brown Lock & Co Betty 'Boop’ hat (£245).
Brown Cornelia James 'Imogen' pure wool gloves (£70).
Gold Catherine Zoraida Double Leaf earrings (£140).
Kate paired thick brown opaque tights with her chocolate brown Emmy 'Valerie' suede heels (£400).
The Duchess completed her look with a new scarf from Really Wild. It is their 'Silk Scarf in Autumn Partridge' (£125). The scarf has been designed in-house and inspired by Game birds in warm, Autumnal colours.
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