Prince William, Princess Kate and kids coordinate in royal blue for Easter celebration


(LONDON) — The prince and princess of Wales stepped out in their Sunday best alongside their three children during a church outing at Windsor Castle to celebrate Easter.

In their first Easter outing as the prince and princess of Wales, Prince William and Kate Middleton brought Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and 4-year-old Prince Louis to this year’s Easter services.

The family of five color-coordinated in royal blue outfits, matching with King Charles and Queen Camilla for the celebration, which is the same color of choice for the recently released portrait of the king and queen consort ahead of coronation ceremonies next month.

Princess Kate wore a blue coat dress, a matching blue pillbox hat and a rare bold shade of red nail polish.

Princess Charlotte was dressed in a floral dress with blue tights, while Prince George matched his father Prince William in matching navy suits and ties.

Prince Louis donned powder blue shorts, typical wear for young boys in Britain, as well as navy knee socks and a blazer with a blue tie.

The family affair comes a month before the grand coronation of King Charles III on May 6. Invitations for the ceremony were recently released. It was also announced that Prince George, the second in line to the throne, will be included in the historic event as a page for the king.

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