Kate Middleton Twinned with Queen Elizabeth in a Purple Statement Coat
Both royals attended Sunday church service in Sandringham.
Kate Middleton marked her first royal appearance of 2020 in style.
On her way to Sunday church service in Sandringham, the duchess wore a gorgeous plum coat with peach accents, which she paired with brown, knee-high Stuart Weitzman boots, matching suede gloves, and a blue-feathered fedora. By coincidence, Queen Elizabeth also reached for a purple ensemble in her closet while getting dressed for this morning's outing.
Dressed in a skirt-jacket combo several shades brighter than Kate's outfit, the Queen accessorized with a hat in the same color and an amethyst brooch.
According to People, Kate and Prince William hosted several friends in Norfolk this weekend, and guests — including parents Carole and Michael Middleton, as well as Will's childhood pal Tom van Straubenzee — joined them for church at the Queen's Sandringham estate.
At the beginning of each year, it's tradition for the royals to entertain friends at their country home for a few nights, right before Kate's birthday. However, Hello reports that their vacation is officially over, as George and Charlotte need to return back to school in London this week.
Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan are still on winter-break with Archie in Canada.