All eyes were on the royal couple Prince William and Kate Middleton when they arrived hand-in-hand for the annual Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church.
The couple reportedly looked much in love as they attended the church services. Middleton, who is pregnant with her second child, looked stunning in a brown overcoat and a black cap. She kept her make-up minimal and accessorised her look with a pair of gold earrings. Prince William kept himself snug in a black overcoat and blue shirt. He teamed his festive look with a polka dotted red tie.
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry, Prince Phillip, Middleton's parents and her siblings were also present at the event. Keeping up with the festive spirit, the Queen wore a bright pink Angela Kelly ensemble. The churchgoers started the services with "God Save The Queen," followed by hymns, "Once in Royal David's City" and "O Come all Ye Faithful," as per US Weekly.
The services continued till noon and Middleton was handed a bouquet during the event.
Meanwhile, onlookers were surprised not to see Prince George at the church. The Duchess reportedly told attendees that Prince George is too "noisy" and that is why she did not bring him according to Hollywoodlife. However, the 17-month-old did attend the church services in Anmer, on 21 October.
Along with Prince George, Camilla Parker Bowles was also not present at the service. She skipped the event due to some lingering health issues. "The Duchess put her back out earlier in December and has been in pain and is receiving physiotherapy. The doctors have advised against any travel," a Clarence House official told the Website in a statement.
In other news, Middleton will give birth to the second royal baby next year in March. The 32-year-old suffered from severe morning sickness in her first trimester and had to let go of many royal engagements. Currently she is in her second trimester and is said to have recovered from sickness.