Kate Middleton was spotted treating Prince George and Princess Charlotte to ice cream after school

Isabelle Casey

The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted with Prince George and Princess Charlotte as she took them for an after-school run in London.

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The candid photo was posted by @royalfashionpolice on Instagram and saw Kate looking stunning in a green patterned dress while soaking up the sun with her children holding their 99 chunky flake ice creams.

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The two siblings donned their school PE kit with George wearing what appeared to be a football kit and Charlotte in a white polo shirt and black shorts.

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The off-duty sighting comes just days after the Cambridge family surprised royal fans and came out in full force, including the Duke of Cambridgefor the Easter service at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.


George and Charlotte looked fantastic on Sunday

The family was a picture as they stepped out stunning in matching outfits for the celebrations.

Kate and Charlotte paired up in a stunning shade of pale blue, the Duchess in a mid-calf coat dress and Charlotte in a floral pale blue tea dress with a peter pan collar.

The mother-daughter duo added pops of navy to complete their look, Kate with a deep blue pleated headband and matching shoes, and Charlotte with a navy knit cardigan.


The Countess of Wessex and her family also attended the service

William and George also lined up and both wore navy jackets and ties.

Their arrival at the service came just after the royal couple posted a special Easter message for royal fans on Twitter and Instagram.

The Duke and Duchess shared a photo showing a piece of Kensington Palace letterhead that read “Happy Easter” in stunning calligraphy.


Cambridge royal fans surprised

On Twitter, the royal couple wrote: “Wishing a happy Easter to all our followers!”

Other members of the Royal Family present at the service included Mike and Zara Tindal who were joined by their eldest daughter Mia.

The Countess of Wessex also arrived alongside her children, Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn and her husband the Earl of Wessex.

Princess Eugenie was also seen arriving at the chapel with her cousin Peter Phillips and her daughters Isla and Savannah.

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