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Royals Attend Christmas Day Service in Norfolk

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a green and navy tartan Alexander McQueen frock coat for the occasion, accessorized with a bottle green hat by Gina Foster.

A ROYAL CHRISTMAS: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were among the royals who gathered for a Christmas Day service at the St. Mary Magdalene Church on Queen Elizabeth II's estate in Sandringham, Norfolk on Wednesday morning. Kate wore a green and navy tartan Alexander McQueen frock coat for the occasion, accessorized with a bottle green hat by Gina Foster. And as has been a trend with her recent appearances, Kate’s chosen ensemble has already seen a public outing — she last wore the coat dress in late 2012, when she visited her former school in Berkshire, England. Queen Elizabeth, meanwhile, wore a burnt orange cashmere coat by Stuart Parvin. William and Kate — who attended church without their son George — joined fellow royals including the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Harry and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie for the service, while a crowd of around 3,000 gathered outside the church to watch the royals arrive.

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