Kate Middleton broke a royal rule when she attended the Queen’s Easter church service.
Some royal traditions are centuries old and have been followed in the family over the centuries.
However, they say rules are made to be broken and unfortunately Kate Middleton managed to break a long-lasting rule when she and her children attended an Easter service for the Royal Family, as reported by the Mirror.
Every Easter, ‘The Firm’ gathers to attend a church service held in Windsor with the Queen.
The ceremony normally takes place in St George’s Chapel and, rather than everyone arriving at the same time, members of the Royal Family are expected to arrive one at a time, with the senior member of the family being the last to attend.
Clearly the Queen is the most senior member present and archival footage from past Easter services shows her family queuing outside the chapel to greet her.
She then leads the way as they all head inside the chapel.
In 2018, Kate Middleton and Prince William showed up for the service after Her Majesty – meaning they broke longstanding tradition,
Apparently traffic was to blame on the M4 after the Duke and Duchess spent some family time with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Kate was also expecting Prince Louis and their delay meant they had to sneak into the chapel.
The couple also visited schools for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis as they looked at those closer to Windsor and the Queen,
The family normally spend time between Kensington Palace in London and Amner Hall in Norfolk.
William is close to his grandmother and a move to Windsor would also bring Kate closer to her parents Carole and Michael, in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
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