Pretty in pink! The Queen brings a splash of colour to proceedings as she joins Kate Middleton and Prince William as they head to a church near Balmoral Castle

  • Her Majesty, 93, opted for a bright pink outfit and matching hat as she continued her summer holidays
  • Royal sat alongside Kate Middleton, 37, who donned a black coat over a £225 green Michael Kors dress 
  • The Duke of Cambridge, 37, donned a smart suit and red tie as he sat in the front passenger seat of the vehicle
  • Joined other members of royal family, including Princess Charles and Duchess of Cornwall, for the service

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The Queen joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they headed to Crathie Kirk near Balmoral Castle for Sunday service today. 

The Monarch, 93, dressed for the bank holiday heatwave in a bright pink ensemble and accessorised with pearls, while Kate Middleton, 37, who was snapped smiling beside her in the Royal Bentley, opted for a £225 midi green peacock-patterned shirt dress by designer Michael Kors.   

The mother-of-three coordinated her outfit with a stylish fascinator and wrapped up in a navy coat featuring gold button detail - despite the hot weather conditions. 

Meanwhile, Prince William, 37, who appeared to be laughing and sharing a joke with the royals en route, was pictured in the front passenger seat of the chauffeur-driven limo wearing a smart suit and red tie.   

Kate Middleton, 37, was all smiles as she joined the Queen, 93, and husband Prince William, 37, as they made their way to Crathie church near Balmoral Castle today

Kate Middleton, 37, was all smiles as she joined the Queen, 93, and husband Prince William, 37, as they made their way to Crathie church near Balmoral Castle today

Her Majesty (pictured), 93, who opted for a bright pink outfit for the occasion, accessorised with a pearl necklace and matching earrings

Her Majesty (pictured), 93, who opted for a bright pink outfit for the occasion, accessorised with a pearl necklace and matching earrings

Kate looked elegant in a dark-coloured coat and chic fascinator which complemented her trendy outfit as she showed off a big grin and waved to the crowds

Kate looked elegant in a dark-coloured coat and chic fascinator which complemented her trendy outfit as she showed off a big grin and waved to the crowds

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Natural beauty Kate kept her makeup to a minimum and teamed her stylish outfit with a pair of dainty gold hoop earrings, and wore her brown hair tied back in a loose bun. 

The close bond between The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge seemed evident as they chatted easily to each other.

The royals, who put on a show of togetherness after a tumultuous week, appeared delighted to see hundreds of well-wishers lining the streets in the scorching sunshine and gave them a wave in return. 

But Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan and Zara Tindall, the daughter of Princess Anne, all embroiled in scandal to some degree, were absent.

First to arrive were Prince Charles, 70, and Camilla, 72, the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, while in Scotland, from their Scottish home, Birkhall, on the Balmoral Estate, where members of the royal family are currently spending their summer holidays.

The Queen, Kate and Prince William arrived shortly after, followed by Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, 54, and their daughter, Lady Louise Windsor, 15.

Also in attendance was Peter Phillips and his wife, Autumn, both 41, and Princess Anne, 69, and her husband, Tim Laurence, 64.

The Duchess of Cambridge donned a midi green shirt dress by Michael Kors, which is now sold out, while the Duke looked dapper in a suit and red tie

The Duchess of Cambridge donned a midi green shirt dress by Michael Kors, which is now sold out, while the Duke looked dapper in a suit and red tie

The Queen appeared to be delighted to see well-wishers line the streets as they made their way to Sunday service - before offering them a royal wave

The Queen appeared to be delighted to see well-wishers line the streets as they made their way to Sunday service - before offering them a royal wave

The royals sat beside one another on the short journey to Crathie church
Her Majesty wore a butterfly broach on the left-hand side of her pink jacket

The Queen and Kate Middleton (pictured) appeared to get on famously as they made their way to Crathie Kirk near Balmoral Castle for Sunday service today

Her Majesty opted for a floral dress underneath her fuchsia coat and added a layer of pink lipstick to compliment her colourful ensemble

Her Majesty opted for a floral dress underneath her fuchsia coat and added a layer of pink lipstick to compliment her colourful ensemble

Kate wore her hair in a low bun and opted for delicate gold hoops for the Sunday Service. The natural beauty kept her makeup to a minimum as she sat beside Her Majesty for the journey

Kate wore her hair in a low bun and opted for delicate gold hoops for the Sunday Service. The natural beauty kept her makeup to a minimum as she sat beside Her Majesty for the journey

The monarch and Kate Middleton appeared to be in high spirits as they could be seen grinning during the short trip from Balmoral Castle (pictured)

The monarch and Kate Middleton appeared to be in high spirits as they could be seen grinning during the short trip from Balmoral Castle (pictured)

Queen Victoria began worshiping at the church in 1848 and every British monarch since has worshiped there while staying at nearby Balmoral Castle.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew up to Aberdeen on a budget flight on Friday, where they met with members of the Royal Family, including the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, for lunch at a lodge near Loch Muick.

On August 15, the Queen and Prince Philip had lunch at Balmoral with their grandson James Viscount Severn as Prince Andrew and Fergie jetted off to Spain. 

Her Majesty, who spends every summer at the Scottish castle, was previously seen enjoying a horse ride alongside a groom two days earlier, dressed in a trench coat and a headscarf, though the accomplished rider opted against wearing a helmet. 

The close bond between The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge (pictured) seemed evident as they chatted easily to each other

 The close bond between The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge (pictured) seemed evident as they chatted easily to each other

Prince William looked comfortable in the passenger of the chauffeur-driven limo and opted for a smart suit and burgundy tie as he accompanied his family to the church

Prince William looked comfortable in the passenger of the chauffeur-driven limo and opted for a smart suit and burgundy tie as he accompanied his family to the church

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured waving to passing crowds as the Queen watched through the window in a fuchsia ensemble

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured waving to passing crowds as the Queen watched through the window in a fuchsia ensemble 

Prince Charles and Camilla (pictured)headed to the church in a separate car. The Duchess of Cornwall paired her outfit with a red hat and pearl earrings

Prince Charles and Camilla (pictured)headed to the church in a separate car. The Duchess of Cornwall paired her outfit with a red hat and pearl earrings

Among the churchgoers was the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, who arrived alone, before being reunited with other members of the royal family
Princess Anne opted for a khaki hat and matching coat as she made her way to Sunday service

Among the churchgoers was the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall (left), who arrived alone, and Princess Anne (pictured right)

Prince Charles waves to wellwishers who lined the streets as he and Camilla made their way to a church near Balmoral castle - where the royals are spending their summer holidays

Prince Charles waves to wellwishers who lined the streets as he and Camilla made their way to a church near Balmoral castle - where the royals are spending their summer holidays

Meanwhile, Timothy Laurence and Princess Anne were joined by a rather smiley Peter and Autumn Philips for the journey to church service

Meanwhile, Timothy Laurence and Princess Anne were joined by a rather smiley Peter and Autumn Philips for the journey to church service

Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, drove the Countess of Wessex and their daughter Lady Louise to the Sunday church service

Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, drove the Countess of Wessex and their daughter Lady Louise to the Sunday church service

Timothy Laurence and Princess Anne (pictured in the front) and Peter and Autumn Philips leave Crathie Kirk after the Sunday church service near Balmoral, where members of the royal family are currently spending their summer holidays

Timothy Laurence and Princess Anne (pictured in the front) and Peter and Autumn Philips leave Crathie Kirk after the Sunday church service near Balmoral, where members of the royal family are currently spending their summer holidays

The monarch was also previously joined by Prince Edward, 55, her youngest son, who was pictured riding alongside his daughter Lady Louise Windsor.

Elsewhere Edward's wife Sophie was photographed taking their son James, Viscount Severn, 11, to try his hand at fly fishing on the River Dee.

Back on August 6, the monarch was accompanied by Officer Commanding Johnny Thompson as she inspected the guard of honour before entering the Scottish residence. 

It was reported just weeks before her visit that Balmoral was infested with bats, and that the Queen herself liked to watch her servants try to catch them.

The royals looked in high spirits as they made their way to the church which Queen Victoria began worshiping at in 1848. Every British monarch since has worshiped there while staying at nearby Balmoral Castle

The royals looked in high spirits as they made their way to the church which Queen Victoria began worshiping at in 1848. Every British monarch since has worshiped there while staying at nearby Balmoral Castle 

The Queen (pictured) looked a stylish as ever as she coordinated her outfit with a bright hat which featured a grey feather detail - perfect for the sunny weather conditions

The Queen (pictured) looked a stylish as ever as she coordinated her outfit with a bright hat which featured a grey feather detail - perfect for the sunny weather conditions

Mother-of-three Kate smiled in her chic black ensemble as she chatted to Queen Elizabeth II as they headed to Crathie Kirk for the Sunday service

Mother-of-three Kate smiled in her chic black ensemble as she chatted to Queen Elizabeth II as they headed to Crathie Kirk for the Sunday service

The Queen, Kate Middleton and Prince William (pictured) arrived at the church shortly after the Prince of Wales and Camilla, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay

The Queen, Kate Middleton and Prince William (pictured) arrived at the church shortly after the Prince of Wales and Camilla, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay

The Queen joins Kate Middleton and Prince William as they head to church today

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