Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton attended a church service together sans Meghan Markle.

On Sunday, the Queen and Duchess of Cambridge was spotted sharing a ride as they made their way to church. Queen Elizabeth II was pretty in pink. Her Majesty paired her get-up with a matching hat with blue rim and feather. The monarch accessorized with pearl earrings and multi-strand necklace.

On the other hand, Middleton opted for a midi green peacock-patterned dress by Michael Kors. She also wore a stylish fascinator and wrapped up in a coat with gold button detail despite the hot weather.

She also accessorized with $613 earrings from U.K. brand Asprey. The small gold and diamond earrings are crafted with pavé diamonds. It was not the first time Middleton used the earrings. Last Nov. 15, she wore them to BBC.

The item is no longer available on the website. However, for those who are interested, there is a large version sold for $12,880. 

Prince William was also on the same vehicle as Queen Elizabeth II and Middleton. The Duke of Cambridge was seated on the front seat. Meanwhile, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were also seen, but they drove in a different vehicle.

Prior to attending the Sunday service, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had also reunited with the Queen a day after their arrival for a lunch date. Middleton dressed down for the event and was seen wearing an old jumper and black pants.

Prince William and Middleton arrived in Scotland by taking a commercial flight. Many accused the couple of doing it for PR due to the timing.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s budget flight happened amid the intense backlash the Duke and Duchess of Sussex faced by riding private jets to their  holiday trips in Ibiza and Nice.

Some believed that Prince William and Middleton were trolling Prince Harry and Markle for making a tactless jibe at them. However, some defended the Cambridges. According to one insider, the couple has been doing this in the past.

“William and Kate always fly budget whenever possible when they are flying on personal and private trips,” a source told The Daily Beast.

“The basic reason for that is very simple: It’s because they have to pay for their own flights if it’s a private trip and they don’t like wasting money.”