William and Kate Hit the Zoo With George!
Source: Splash News Australia
The royals are having a busy Easter! Wearing a svelte Alexander McQueen coat and Jane Taylor hat, Kate Middleton walked with Prince William into St Andrew's Cathedral in Sydney this morning. The morning service they attended is one for the history books, as the duke and duchess signed the First Fleet Bible, which was used in the first Christian service held in Australia in 1788.
Later on, the couple scored some fresh air on Sydney Harbour when they visited the bilby enclosure at Taronga Zoo with their son Prince George in tow. The spot holds a special meaning for the royals; it's named after the young Prince! When George was born, the government made a donation in his honour to fund the zoo's efforts to preserve and restore the population of animals. George kept the crowd entertained with his animated antics — he was bouncing around in dad's arms and at once stage threw his toy bilby over his shoulder, mum Kate quickly scooting around to pick it up.
We last saw the royals last night, when William and Kate took in a rugby game in Sydney. Earlier that day, the duchess donned a floral-print L.K. Bennett dress when she and Prince William visited the RAAF airbase at Amberley. If you can't get enough of Kate's royal fashion, check out our picks from the brand she wore on Friday — Zimmermann!
— Additional reporting by Genevieve Rota