Kate Middleton breaks ‘rigid’ royal rules at Queen’s Church Service

Kate Middleton is rarely known to step out of the royal line, however, in 2018, she and her husband Prince William appeared to be breaking strict royal rules at Queen Elizabeth’s Easter Church Service.

Based on GlassIt is a well-known Easter tradition for the royal family to gather in St George’s Chapel in Windsor to attend church services with the Queen.

However, unlike Christmas church services, family members do not attend at all, and instead follow the tradition of requiring the most senior family member to arrive last.

This means, the Queen is the last to arrive usually, with the family lining up outside and waiting for her to show up to follow her inside the church.

However, in 2018, Kate and William were the last to arrive, but not because of their lateness in the end.

Reports soon after suggested that the Cambridges had been stuck in traffic on the M4 on their way to Windsor, with Kate also pregnant with their youngest child, Prince Louis.

When they finally arrived, the service had already started and they had to quietly enter the chapel.

It’s understandable that the Queen let go of the little mishap, and soon the photos were smiling with Kate and William!

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