The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated Christmas with the Royal Family at Sandringham and started their day by attending the traditional Christmas service at St. Mary Magadelene's Church.
This year they were joined by Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the first time for the walk to the church on the Queen's estate.
Following the yuletide service, the Cambridges chatted with well-wishers who had gathered outside the church to catch a glimpse of the royal family.
The Duchess rugged up in a mocha coatdress by Catherine Walker.
The custom piece appears to be based on the designer's 'Larrisa' style. The tailored mohair coat has a distinctly wintry Russian aesthetic with a sumptuous faux fur collar and cuffs. Kate opted to continue the mohair fabric for the body of the coat.
She offset the neutral tone with festive forest green accessories. Kate brought back the Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co. hat, first worn on Christmas Day 2015 and again for St. Patrick's Day 2017.
She carried her Emmy London 'Natasha' Clutch in 'Greenery' suede and debuted a pair of the brand's 'Josie' pumps (£330) in a matching hue.
Under the coat, Kate wore her Michael Kors Peacock Print Shirt Dress.
The Duchess finished the ensemble with her KIKI Candy Mini Green Amethyst & Diamond Earrings.
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