The couple were accompanied by Mike, Carole, Pippa and James Middleton for the service which was conducted by Reverend Ann Templeman. The family sat together in the church and enjoyed Christmas carols with the residents of Berkshire.
As you all know, William and Kate are spending Christmas with the Middleton family at their beautiful home in Bucklebury, Berkshire. It has been reported Kate wanted to spend her last Christmas before motherhood with her family.
The Queen joined the rest of the Royal family for the annual Christmas service at Sandringham this morning and spent time greeting the locals before leaving by car with Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
William and Kate looked relaxed as they left the service no doubt looking forward to spending the day with family and of course Christmas lunch :)
Kate looked festive in her Hobbs 'Celeste' coat.
Kate purchased the coat in Sloane Square in September 2011 reduced from £369 to £182 and wore it during a visit to Liverpool on Valentine's Day. It is described as:
'Wrap up warm in this stunning double crepe wool coat. In a sumptuous seasonal chestnut brown, this coat subtly flares from the hips. It's given an on trend toughened edge thanks to the leather stud fastening, cuff straps and waisted belt'.
The Duchess wore her Aquatalia by Marvin K 'Royal' Weatherproof Booties (also known as the 'Rouge'). Silvertone hardware details on the side of a weatherproof bootie fashioned with an elastic inset at the side for an easier fit. The slip-resistant rubber sole offers excellent wet-weather traction. The €326 boots are available in sizes 5 to 12.
Kate carried her red suede Gucci clutch.
Kate accessorised with her Green Amethyst Kiki McDonough earrings.
Kate completed the look with a red Hugo Boss pashmina and wore her hair in a loose bun. I thought it a lovely look, perfect for a Christmas service. The Duchess looked quite pale and tired, I hope she is continuing to recover but I know hyperemesis gravidarum doesn't disappear overnight which is why the couple's decision to spend the day away from the media spotlight was the best choice for them.
The Queen's Christmas speech was broadcast today at 3 p.m. HM spoke about the spirit of the London 2012 games and how memorable the Diamond Jubilee celebrations were for the royal family. You can watch the full speech at the Royal Channel.
Merry Christmas Duchess Kate readers :)