They arrived on Thursday with their children for a trip to Balmoral – and now Prince William and Kate Middleton are depicted attending church service with the Queen.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge smiled and waved as they were being driven in the same car as the monarch to Crathie Kirk Church.
Kate Middleton, 37, looked stylish in navy blue – as an addition to Her Majesty’s pink ensemble.
While his wife and grandmother sat side by side at the rear of the vehicle, William, 37, drove in front.
They were among a large number of other royals who went to church on their best Sunday.
These include Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, as well as Prince Edward with his daughter Lady Louise Windsor, and Princess Anne with her son Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis from Norwich to Aberdeen with their young children for a stay at the Queen’s Scottish residence.
According to the Daily Mail, the family traveled with their nanny Maria Borrallo on a FlyBe plane.
A fellow passenger on the plane said: “The family was in front. I fly this route all the time and we were none the wiser. Nobody knew they were fleeing. “
It comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – who still have to travel to Balmoral – came under fire for taking four private jets in 11 days after addressing environmental issues.
On one occasion the duke and duchess of Sussex flew with baby son Archie to Ibiza in an estimated return of £ 20,000.
It is thought that the couple could not come to Balmoral this weekend due to earlier commitments – including Harry, 34, who attended the Rugby League Challenge Cup final.