December 27, 2015 10:30 AM

It’s a royal day out!

Just two days after stepping out for Christmas Day services, the family – including Princess Kate, Prince William and Prince Harry – attended church again on Sunday in Sandringham.

Upon their arrival, the family (armed with umbrellas in case of rain) was greeted by a gaggle of well-wishers who had lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the famous family.

A smiling Kate, 33, wore a brown tweed coat-and-skirt set with a black floral-embellished hat for the occasion. She mingled with the roadside spectators and even received a bouquet of yellow flowers to take into St. Mary Magdalene Church, where Princess Charlotte was christened earlier this summer.

From left: Prince Harry, Princess Kate and Prince William
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Arriving by car was Queen ELizabeth II and Prince Phillip. Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice and Zara and Mike Tindall were all in attendance as well.

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The most noticeable absence was Prince George and baby Charlotte, who presumably stayed at home, just like they did on Christmas Day.

The family is in the midst of their holiday celebrations, which they spend at the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk – where Will and Kate’s country home Amner Hall is located – every year. The festivities included a Christmas Eve gift exchange as well as a village soccer game.

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