Prince William and Duchess Catherine stepped out to celebrate Easter in Sydney, Australia on Sunday, and the royal couple looked as dashing as ever.
The Duchess, 32, stunned in a dove gray Alexander McQueen coat and gray fascinator by Jane Taylor, while William wore a navy suit and a pink tie as the pair arrived at St. Andrew’s Cathedral.
The elegant couple sat in the front row for the service, which was attended by approximately 800 people.
Kate complimented clergy members after the service, saying, “It was absolutely beautiful.”
William and Kate carried on the tradition of signing the First Fleet King James Bible, which was also signed by Princess Diana in 1983. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip have also signed the Bible.
Following the Easter service, the royal couple changed clothes, then took their son Prince George to the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, where the 8-month-old enjoyed an up-close introduction to giraffes, kangaroos, Koala bears and other animals.
-- Erin O’Sullivan
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