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The Queen joins the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they head to church today

Pretty in pink! The Queen brings a splash of colour to proceedings as she joins Kate Middleton and Prince William as they head to a church near Balmoral Castle

  • Her Majesty, 93, opted for a bright pink outfit and matching hat for the occasion
  • The royal sat alongside Kate Middleton, 38, who opted for a less summery outfit 
  • Duke of Cambridge sat in front passenger seat and shared joke with the royals  

The Queen joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they headed to Crathie church near Balmoral Castle today. 

The Monarch, 93, dressed for the bank holiday heatwave in a bright pink ensemble, while Kate Middleton, 38, who was snapped smiling beside her, opted for a midi green shirt dress by Michael Kors.   

The mother-of-four accessoried with a stylish fascinator and wrapped up in a black coat featuring gold button detail.  

Meanwhile, Prince William, 37, who appeared to be sharing a joke with the royals en route, was pictured in the front passenger seat wearing a smart suit and red tie.

Kate Middleton, 38, looked all smiles as she joined the Queen and husband Prince William, 38, as they made their way to Crathie church near Balmoral Castle today.

Her Majesty, 93, who opted for a bright pink outfit for the occasion, flashed a huge grin on the royal journey

Her Majesty, 93, who opted for a bright pink outfit for the occasion, flashed a huge grin on the royal journey

The Duchess of Cambridge donned a midi green shirt dress by Michael Kors, which is now sold out, while the Duke donned a suit and red tie

The Duchess of Cambridge donned a midi green shirt dress by Michael Kors, which is now sold out, while the Duke donned a suit and red tie

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were also pictured in a separate vehicle arriving at the church service near Balmoral, where members of the royal family are currently spending their summer holidays. 

Meanwhile, Timothy Laurence and Princess Anne were joined by Peter and Autumn Philips as they arrived at the church service.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew up to Aberdeen on a budget flight on Friday, where they joined members of the Royal Family, including the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, for lunch at a lodge near Loch Muick.

The Queen and Prince Philip had lunch at Balmoral with their grandson James Viscount Severn on August 15 as Prince Andrew and Fergie jetted off to Spain. 

 

Her Majesty, who spends every summer at the Scottish castle, was seen also enjoying a horse ride alongside a groom two days earlier, dressed in a trench coat and a headscarf, though the accomplished rider opted against wearing a helmet.

The monarch was joined by Prince Edward, 55, her youngest son, who was pictured riding alongside his daughter Lady Louise Windsor, 15. 

Elsewhere Edward’s wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, 54, was seen taking their son James, Viscount Severn, 11, to try his hand at fly fishing on the River Dee.

Back on August 6, the monarch was accompanied by Officer Commanding Johnny Thompson as she inspected the guard of honour before entering the Scottish residence. 

It was reported just weeks before her visit that Balmoral was infested with bats, and that the Queen herself liked to watch her servants try to catch them.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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