Duchess Kate Middleton & Prince William Head to Sunday Church Service

Kate Middleton and Prince William

Kate Middleton and Prince William BEN STANSALL AFP Getty

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted for the first time this year on Sunday, as they headed to the church service in Sandringham - and they had some very special friends in tow.

She also wore a matching headband, a polka dot dress, dark heels and a clutch for the service.

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Meanwhile, William sported a blue coat and trousers, white button-down shirt and red patterned tie.

For her part, Queen Elizabeth, 92, was seen leaving the service wearing a tan hat and coat and black gloves.

Kate previously wore the coat while pregnant with her youngest child, Prince Louis, in February of previous year. At this point, her first royal engagement of 2019 has not been announced, nor has Meghan Markle's or Prince Harry's.

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William and Kate also have a home in Sandringham - the 10-bedroom Georgian mansion, Anmer Hall. Among the group were Prince Louis' godmother Lady Laura Meade and her husband James who delivered the best man speech for William at his and Kate's 2011 wedding.

A source told PEOPLE that the couples enjoyed a memorable first Christmas together past year, when Meghan made her debut walk to church with the royal family on Christmas Day.

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