Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate leave after attending the Christmas Day service at church
Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate leave after attending the Christmas Day service at church in Sandringham, eastern England, December 25, 2015. Reuters/Peter Nicholls

Kate Middleton and Prince William attended church service at St Mary Magdalene on Sunday, a day after celebrating her 34th birthday with her family at Norfolk. Her family, including parents Carole and Michael and siblings Pippa and James, also made an appearance. Kate’s family was there at Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham estate to celebrate her birthday.

Kate wore the same Michael Kors suit that she sported for the post-Christmas church service. The 34-year-old royal wore a black turtleneck, chequered tweed blazer and skirt. The conservative outfit consisted of a flared below-the-knee skirt.

Her suit featured long sleeves, black chunky button detailing, pockets and a slight peplum detailing on the waist. Kate accessorised with a black hat, matching knee-high boots and her favourite Mulberry clutch. She also wore black gloves to keep her hands warm.

Her glossy brunette tresses were swept back into a side parting and twisted into a low chignon, securing the look with a bobby pin. This is the first time the mother-of-two wore her hair tied back since she debuted a fresh new cut in December, Hello reports.

William meanwhile opted for blue suit and trousers combo. He complemented Kate’s outfit with a purple tie. His hair tyle looked fresh cut with closely-cropped cut, People reports.

Meanwhile, Pippa, who looked fresh after her St Bart’s trip, opted for a blue and black dress. The 32-year-old paired her look with a brown fur hat, black tights and shoes. Carole sported a fur scarf and brown cap.

The British royal couple was also joined by two of Princess Charlotte’s godparents , James Meade and Sophie Carter. They left their two kids Prince George and Charlotte at home, US Weekly reports.

After the Sunday morning mass, Kate and William attended a ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign during World War I. The couple also joined Elizabeth and Prince Philip at a wreath-laying service held at a nearby war memorial at Sandringham estate. Kate was seen curtseying to the queen, who wore a light pink and white ensemble, People reports.

The duchess celebrated her birthday “privately” with her family at their Norfolk home on Saturday. A source said that she wanted a “low key” birthday. It was a busy week for the couple with little George staring his nursery school on Monday.