Duchess of Cambridge joins the Queen in her Bentley as the Royal Family attend church in Balmoral (but there’s no sign of William or the children)
- The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen and other royals for church today
- The Royal Family arrived en masse for the service at Crathie Kirk, near Balmoral
The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen and other senior royals for church in Balmoral on Sunday.
Kate, 36, looked elegant in a grey coat and black hat as she arrived with Her Majesty, 92, for the service.
The Cambridges are understood to have made the trip to join the Queen on her Scottish estate, although there was no sign of George, Charlotte or Louis at church.
It was a family affair at the service with Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward, the Countess of Wessex and their children all making an appearance.
Kate, 36, looked elegant in a grey coat and black hat as she arrived with Her Majesty, 92, for the service
Prince Edward took the wheel as he drove his wife, Sophie Wessex and daughter Lady Louise Windsor, 14, back to the estate from church on Sunday
Prince Charles looked in excellent spirits as he waved through the window to well-wishers
The outing comes amid speculation that the Duchess of Sussex, 36, might visit Balmoral for the first time this summer.