Kate Middleton and Prince William left their two children at home again to attend church at Sandringham on Sunday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by Prince Harry, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip for the Sunday service, just days after celebrating Christmas.
While crowds gathered outside hoped to catch a glimpse of Prince George (two) and Princess Charlotte (seven months), they were once again left at home in Amner Hall, which Kate previously hinted at, saying "you would have heard him in the church."
The Duchess stunned in an brown tweed suit skirt combination by the Michael Kors Collection and a matching black fascinator.
The Cambridges celebrated the festive season at their Norfolk estate with the Middleton family, shunning royal Christmas tradition at the Queen's estate.
Security was increased this year as armed guards frisked all guests approaching the church.
However, Kate and William are determined to make their children's upbringing as normal as possible and enrolling George in a local nursery school.
The royal toddler will be enrolled for a few days a week at the Westacre Montessori School nursery.
The nursery said in a statement: "We are looking forward to welcoming George to our nursery where he will get the same special experience as all our children."
George is expected to attend his first class before the end of January.
Onlookers hoping to catch a glimpse of Prince George and Princess Charlotte were disappointed this morning and Kate and William flew solo at the traditional Christmas Day church service at Sandringham.