While Prince George stays at home, his royal parents will sneak out -- to attend church! As Prince George stayed home with nanny Jessie Webb, Prince William and Kate Middleton were photographed heading to their local church for a service at Crathie Kirk, Balmoral on Sunday, Sept. 22. The royal first-time parents were joined by Prince Charles and Camilla as well as The Queen and Prince Philip. The trip marks the second time the couple have stepped away from the baby boy!
The Duchess of Cambridge, 31, wore tartan with a simple black hat as the Duke sported a suit for the service. The first-time mom looked effortlessly stunning with minimal makeup, while wearing her long brunette locks down for the low key morning outing.
One day earlier, the Royal family was also joined by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and his family at Balmoral castle to visit The Queen, and most likely the new parents.
Just over a week ago, Middleton absolutely stunned as she and William, 31, stepped out -- leaving George home for the first time -- together as they attended The Tusk Conservation Awards at The Royal Society in London on Sept. 12. Middleton looked slim and gorgeous as she wore a drop-waist, pale sequin gown by Jenny Packham.
"We've left him at home for the first time," William said at the time. When asked who their son looked like most, the blushing new mom added: "Like most babies, he's got a mix of both of us."
Just like service on Sunday, an eyewitness said that the couple "looked very relaxed together" during the glamorous event.