Battle of the Royal Bumps for Kate Middleton and Zara Tindall at Easter Services
The Royal Bumps were out at the traditional Easter service Sunday held at St. George’s Chapel in Winsdor.
Arriving fashionably late Prince William, 35, and Duchess Kate arrived after the Queen joining her for the Sunday service. Kate, 36, looked like her elegant self-choosing a Catherine Walker chocolate brown coat with a matching hat and nude pumps.
The Duchess who is just weeks away from delivering her third child is on official maternity leave. Her attendance at Sunday mass is believed to be her last public appearance before welcoming she and Williams third child.
The Royal couple’s children Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, who is celebrating her 3rd birthday on May 2nd were absent from the Easter Service for the second year in a row.
Also in attendance was Zara Tindall who arrived alone without her husband Mike Tindall and daughter Mia Grace. The 36-year-old was pictured carefully walking downhill toward the chapel showing off her growing bump.
Tindall wore a blue Seraphine coat with a hat by designer Jane Taylor. The daughter of Princess Anne was seen outside before the service started chatting with Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice.
Zara and husband Mike have been keeping a low profile during Zara’s pregnancy. After a devastating blow of a previous late-term miscarriage, the two are taking things day by day and praying for a healthy birth. So it was nice to see Zara out and about to celebrate the Easter holiday.
With two Royal Weddings this year and two Royal Babies on their way, Mike Tindall, 39, spoke in an interview that he and his wife Zara are hyper-focused on their little one on the way. “We’re looking forward to them,” referring to the big royal events of the year, “but the big thing this year will be the new one on the way.”
Mike went on the add, “That, I think, will be the most important thing to happen this year. I don’t think there is too much to worry about except that. And if it goes well, we’ll be happy.”
Happy Easter to the Royal Family!