Kate Middleton and Prince William left Prince George in the care of his nanny Jessie Webb on Sunday as they joined fellow members of the British royal family at church.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were seen driving to Crathie Kirk near Balmoral, where they are currently enjoying their summer holiday, and joined the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall at church.
Prince William drove his wife who was wearing a grey and blue plaid coat by British designer brand Moloh that she previously chose for an engagement in Glasgow in April 2013.
The Duchess of Cambridge recycled a grey and blue plaid coat by British designer brand Moloh
Entitled the 'Workers Coat', the outerwear is available on the brand's website at the price of £425.
The new mum accessorised her outfit with a black hat and drop earrings.
Like Kate, the Queen and Camilla opted for tartan outfits. The Duchess of Cornwall sported a red hat and a cream and red tartan coat while the Queen chose a pink and green ensemble.
Earlier in the week The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince William were spotted enjoying a grouse shoot.
Prince William and Kate left Prince George at home while they went to church
Prince William and his grandparents were seen driving individual 4x4 vehicles through the moors of Balmoral for the shoot.
The monarch's own car bonnet was customised with a model of a silver dog carrying a grouse in its mouth.