The royal family reunited at Balmoral for the first time since Queen Elizabeth II's death

Prince William, Princess Kate and other senior royals join King Charles at church in Balmoral

According to images published by the MailOnline, the Prince and Princess of Wales have officially moved in with King Charles and Queen Camilla at Balmoral Castle. The family is seen leaving for a Sunday morning service.

On Sunday morning, Prince William, 41, and his wife Princess Catherine, also 41, drove themselves to church. William wore a navy suit and a sharp blue tie, and Catherine sported a tweed jacket and a brown fedora with gamebird feather plumes. The royals all looked sharp.


Balmoral Castle was the late Queen Elizabeth II’s most loved residence
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The Princess of Wales enhanced her natural beauty by donning her chocolate-colored hair in a stylish low bun and applying her go-to makeup look of bronze eyeshadow and eyeliner.

The Princess appeared to be wearing delicate drop earrings in photos taken on Sunday; these are probably her favourite citrine pear drop earrings. Some of her most-used jewellery to date is the set.

The royal has worn the indestructibly wearable £695 Kiki McDonough Citrine Drop earrings since 2009 and frequently does so.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, the children of William and Catherine, were not present at the church service, but it is likely that they have travelled to Scotland with their parents to spend the last few weeks of summer in the same location that their late great-grandmother visited every year as a child.


The King inspects Balaklava Company, 5th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland at Balmoral earlier this week
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The Princess Royal, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh were also present with King Charles and Queen Camilla, so it is highly likely that Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn have also visited their parents in the beloved Scottish home of the late Queen Elizabeth II.


The King and Queen are spending their summer at Balmoral Castle
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Chris Ship, the royal editor for ITV News, reported that Princess Eugenie travelled to Scotland on Tuesday with two-year-old August and a newborn named Ernest. Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were also spotted with their family.


The late Queen pictured with some of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren at Balmoral
Photo: The Princess of Wales


With so much open space, opportunities for horseback riding, fishing, picnics, barbecues, and sunshine, it’s no wonder the royals enjoy taking their kids to Balmoral Castle for the last few weeks of the summer before royal duties and classes resume in September.

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