Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William attended Sunday church service at St Mary Magdalene church on the Sandringham estate. The couple were accompanied by Prince William’s brother, Prince Harry. At the traditional post-Christmas ceremony, Kate looked lovely in a tweed jacket and skirt accompanied with a dark blue fascinator.

The 33-year-old smiled and waved as she walked to the church, and she was overjoyed when she was handed a bouquet of yellow flowers from well-wishers who waited for her in the cold weather. Her purple-brown heritage guncheck suit is by Michael Kors Collection, People reports. The wool suit features a three-button jacket and calf-length skirt.

Kate’s tresses were left loose over her shoulders. She accessorised with a black fascinator by Lock & Co called “Fairy Tale.” She completed her look with gloves, clutch and knee-high boots.

Prince Harry followed behind the royal couple wearing a long navy coat with a pale blue shirt and matching tie. Prince William opted for a similar outfit. They were joined by Queen Elizabeth II, who wore a long cream jacket with chain detail around the seams and a matching cream and black hat.

Kate and Prince William did not bring along their kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte. However, several members of the British royal family attended the Sunday service at the St Mary Magdalene church, Hello reports.

Meanwhile, this year was of special importance for Kate and Prince William as they celebrated Christmas at their home Anmer Hall as a family of four. The couple attended church service on Christmas Day, along with the queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla and Prince Andrew. Kate wore a bottle green tapered coat with an oak leaf and acorn brooch, black gloves and a green fascinator. Her brunette tresses were styled into an up ‘do'.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked beautiful in a Great Plains patterned dress under the belted coat from Sportmax accented by the classic brooch, Vogue reports. She wore Lock and Co fascinator and black Aquatalia boots and carried a Mulberry clutch bag, Hello reports. Queen Elizabeth, meanwhile, opted for a bright red coat and a matching hat.

After the service, Kate and Prince William went to their home for Christmas lunch with George and Charlotte and Kate’s family. Her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, along with James and Pippa, joined the festivities.