Prince William and Kate Middleton Stun at Easter Service in Sydney

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at St. Andrews Cathedral without their son Prince George

By Brandi Fowler Apr 20, 2014 2:06 AMTags
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate MiddletonChris Jackson/Getty Images

Is it just us…or is Kate Middleton glowing?

The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in an Alexander McQueen ivory coat and a Jane Taylor gray fascinator as she arrived with Prince William to St. Andrew's Cathedral for Easter Sunday Service in Sydney, Australia, with the Duke of Cambridge sporting a navy blue suit.

Prince William and Kate Middleton sat in the front row of the cathedral during the service, which over 800 people attended, according to the Daily Mirror.

This was just the latest stop on the duo's royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.

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Saturday, Prince William and Kate Middleton were all smiles as they took in a rugby match between the New South Wales Waratahs and the South African Bulls.

Middleton donned a gray sweater, skinny jeans and a patterned scarf for the event, while the 31-year-old royal sipped on a beer in a bright blue sweater and matching dress shirt.

Although their little one, Prince George, wasn't in attendance for either day's events, he did receive his second marriage proposal during his absence. This time it was from 10-month-old Grace Farrelly, who wore a hot pink tutu over a "Marry Me George" onesie to catch the in-demand prince's attention.

Following their Sunday Easter service, Prince William and Kate Middleton will head to Taronga Zoo, where their 8-month-old son is expected to accompany them.