The Prince and Princess of Wales and their children attended an Easter Mass
The family coordinated outfits in blue and blue.
Kate Middleton and Prince William celebrated Easter for the first time as Princess and Prince of Wales, along with their three children. On Sunday, the family attended a celebratory service with other members of the royal family at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Welsh family's youngest son, 4-year-old Prince Louis, also participated in such an event for the first time.
For the outing, the Welsh family coordinated outfits in the same color scheme, blue and blue. Louis wore a blue jacket and blue shorts, not pants, because he is not yet 7 years old. According to British royal tradition, boys can only wear shorts until that age. William and George wore navy blue suits, Charlotte wore the same color coat and blue tights, and Catherine wore a bright blue coat-dress from Catherine Walker & Co., a matching hat and beige pumps.