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How Kate Middleton and Zara Tindall Styled Their Easter Sunday Maternity Looks

How Kate Middleton and Zara Tindall Styled Their Easter Sunday Maternity Looks

Kate is unlikely to be part of the group since she will have a baby just a few weeks old, and is technically higher status than Meghan in royal family and would not traditionally take a "subservient role".

The lovely couple attended the service without their two children - Prince George, 4 and Princess Charlotte, 2.

Prince Philip, who retired from public duty past year, also did not attend a high-profile church service on Thursday.

On Sunday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle to join Queen Elizabeth for the Easter service.

But all the members of the royal family - including the Queen - had already entered the church when the Duke and Duchess finally arrived. The soon-to-be mother of three looked simple and chic as she arrived at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle - the exact location where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to Wednesday next month.

Tindall wore a blue Seraphine coat with a hat by designer Jane Taylor.

While Middleton's pregnancy style undoubtedly serves as inspiration to many women, at least one member of the royal family is also taking note. Like previous year William and Kate's children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, did not make an appearance at the service.

Also noticeably absent during the event were Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who will Wednesday at the chapel in May.

It's nearly time for the arrival of baby no. 3 for Prince William and Kate Middleton!

Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, was also not in attendance.

The Queen was welcomed with curtsies from the likes of Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, who had brought her fiance James Brooksbank to the event.

The 96-year-old was last seen on Wednesday, March 28 driving around Windsor Great Park. She is reportedly giving birth at Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Paddington Hospital in London, the same hospital where Prince George and Princess Charlotte were born.

Other royals were present for Easter Sunday, though, including Prince Andrew and his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.