KATE Middleton once broke a HUGE royal rule when she arrived at Queen’s Easter church service.
It has long been Royal Family tradition to gather at Windsor at Easter and attend a church service alongside the Queen.
As per royal protocol, the most senior member of the family must always arrive last – which at Easter is of course Her Majesty.
However, in 2018, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge broke this royal rule by turning up after the Queen.
It’s understood they got caught in traffic on the M4 on the way to Windsor after spending a few days with Kate’s family while she was pregnant with Prince Louis at the time.
As a result of them showing up late, Prince William and Kate had to slip into the service quietly after the Queen had arrived.
Her Majesty appeared to be understanding, however, as she was seen laughing and joking with the couple after the service.
It has been revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wish to move to Windsor, to be closer to the Queen. For future services, it looks like them being stuck in traffic may be a thing of the past.
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