Prince William and Duchess Catherine have dazzled on their first public appearance for 2019.
The young royals were photographed arriving at a church in Sandringham on Sunday for a service with the Queen. Catherine, 36, opted to keep herself warm in the chilly English weather with an eye-popping blue coat.
She accessorised with a matching blue headband, a navy-blue clutch and a pair of heels for the service. The mother-of-three also wore a polka dot dress under her coat.
The handsome Prince William wore a long wool coat, shirt and tie to the service at St Mary Magdalene Church. He made headlines last month when he joked about his wife’s style during an event in Cyprus where the couple met with RAF personnel.
As the pair were photographed with service personnel at RAF Akrotir in front of a giant Christmas tree, William joked that his wife’s outfit was very similar to the festive tree she was posing in front of.
For the particular outing, Catherine had opted for a pair of flared navy trousers and a tight white t-shirt, but it was her choice of green blazer that really got William going.
“Do you want me to move out of the photo?” the Prince joked as he and his wife stood in front of the Christmas tree. “My wife’s camouflaged against the tree.”
Their latest outing was the first time the couple had been spotted in public since they attended a Christmas church service at the same church last month. During that appearance, Catherine turned heads alongside Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
There had been rumours of a feud between the two duchesses but they both united at the family gathering. Catherine looked stunning in a 1940s-style crimson red coat, buttoned up at the front, with a matching headband and gloves in the same shade of red.
Meanwhile, Meghan showed off her blossoming baby bump in a figure-hugging navy dress, by celebrity designer Victoria Beckham. She beat the bitter British cold in a long navy military-style coat, which she wore open at the front and an elegant feathered headpiece.
While the young royals haven’t completed any royal engagements so far this year, that’s set to change this week. On Wednesday, the Duke of Cambridge is set to visit London’s Air Ambulance Charity. The charity will turn 30 on January 9, with people expected to celebrate and volunteer at the special birthday collections around London.
“The Duke of Cambridge will visit @LDNairamb on Wednesday 9th January to recognise the work that their first responders carry out delivering life-saving treatment across London,” a tweet by Kensington Palace read.