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The Royal Family are feeling blue this Easter.
Kate Middleton and Prince William coordinated colorful outfits with all three of their children, as they attended an Easter church service on Sunday.
The Princess of Wales, 41, rewore an electric blue Catherine Walker & Co coat dress that she previously donned at the 2022 Commonwealth Day Service.
She completed the ensemble with towering nude heels, sapphire and diamond drop earrings and a blue version of her Lock & Co pillbox hat that she wore during a St. Patrick’s Day celebration last year.
Their youngest son, Prince Louis, 4, made his debut at the annual event in a blue and white striped top with a tie, blazer and bright blue shorts.
His siblings Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, who previously joined their parents at the service in 2022, also got the blue memo.
They were joined by King Charles and Queen Camilla, who wore matching teal outfits, along with Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice, Zara Tindall and other members of the Royal Family.
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It marks the first Easter celebration since Queen Elizabeth ll died, with preparations well underway for the upcoming coronation of her successor Charles, 74, and Camilla, 75.
Buckingham Palace most recently confirmed that Prince George will be one of the King’s Pages of Honor at the historic event.
“Throughout the Coronation Service on 6th May, Their Majesties will each be attended by four Pages of Honor. The Pages will form part of the procession through the Nave of Westminster Abbey,” the Palace said in a release.
Camilla’s twin grandchildren, Gus and Louis Lopes, 12, are also slated to take part, along with her youngest grandson, Master Freddy Parker-Bowles, 12.
The Palace has released the official invite, confirming the coronation will take place on May 6, 2023, at the Abbey Church of Westminster.
According to the royal family’s website, more than 2,000 people will receive invitations in the mail, and although they’ve been invited, it’s still unclear if Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle will be attending.
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