William and Kate join Queen for Sandringham church service

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The 36-year-old Duchess of Cambridge donned a stunning royal blue Catherine Walker coat for a trip to church with her husband, Prince William, and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

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For the occasion, Kate rewore a favorite blue Catherine Walker coat overtop a black and white polka-dot dress.

The Duchess of Cambridge, wearing a blue coat and hat, was given flowers by onlookers after the couple left the church.

Meanwhile, William sported a blue coat and trousers, white button-down shirt and red patterned tie.

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The Queen, 92, arrived separately and wore a chic all-tan ensemble. Princess Charlotte's godfather Thomas van Straubenzee was also there.

The Queen usually stays in her Sandringham estate in Norfolk, 100 miles north of London, over the winter holidays.

On the way in to church, William and Kate were all smiles as they greeted fans who had gathered. We hope she has a wonderful day with her loved ones.

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