The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their adorable children celebrated Christmas with the Middleton family this year in Bucklebury.
The royal tots, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted entering the St Marks Church in Englefield, Berkshire with their parents. The occasion marked the children's first Christmas Day church service.
The family of four were dressed in coordinating outfits for the traditional service. Princess Charlotte wore an a-line navy coat with double-breasted front, Peter Pan collar and flap pockets.
The coat also features a half-belt on the back and inverted center pleat. Unfortunatley the brand/designer of the peice is unknown.
Under the coat the little princess wore the same outfit she was seen in for the family's Canadian tour departure on October 1st.
The set includes a burgundy thick knit cardigan from m&h and an unidentified floral printed smocked dress.
She also wore her Amaia Kids Burgundy Hair Bow and a new pair of Condor ribbed tights in a matching burgundy hue.
The ensemble was synchronized with a new pair of navy leather Mary-Jane style shoes (unidentified).
Meanwhile, Prince George was also wrapped up in a traditional-style coat. Both their looks bore a striking resemblance to styles worn by Prince William and Prince Harry in 1986.
Here's a closer look at Prince George's ensemble:
Visit Kate's Closet for a break down of Duchess Kate's outfit.
28/7/2017 08:48:55 am
Hi I know this is really really late but I think Charlottes shoes are early days Alice in navy x
28/7/2017 11:55:41 am
It's never to late :) We checked with Early Days back in December but they told us that Charlotte did *not* wear their Alice style. The number of punched-out dots are different between the shoes.
19/12/2018 08:01:26 pm
20/12/2018 09:48:07 pm
That's a great suggestion Emma! Unfortunately we don't have enough hi-res photos to make a good comparison but I'll add them as a possibility. Thanks for all your effort, it's much appreciated!
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