Kate Middleton and husband Prince William leave Prince George at home with baby sitter in order to attend church while at Balmoral Castle.
The couple, who have finally ended their idyllic stay away from it all after the birth of their first born, the heir to the throne of England left their infant son with Jessie Webb, the nanny they have hired to help with the care of the little one.
William and Kate joined Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, and wife Camilla for services on Sunday at the family retreat in Scotland.
This is the first time the couple has joined Prince William's side of the the family for any extended period of time after the birth of Prince George.
Immediately following the happy event Kate whisked William and royal baby out of London for some rest and relaxation at her parents home in Bucklebury.
While at her childhood home Kate Middleton enjoyed some healthy living, which included daily nutritious smoothies prepared by mom, Carole Middleton and also her favorite healthy food.
After a few weeks the new family headed to Anglesey, Wales to finalize the last details of their departure from the place in which they had lived for the past three years while Prince William was stationed there as as search and rescue pilot with the Royal Air Force.
A couple of weeks ago the couple stepped out for their first official engagement in London, without baby, who hasn't been seen in public since he left the hospital the day after he was born.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were attending the gala The Tusk Conservation Awards at The Royal Society in London on September 12
Kate Middleton was spotted driving with her husband in a Land Rover and wearing a recycled plaid outfit she has previously used in public.
Kate Middleton and Prince William leave Prince George with his nanny for a second time as they attend church Sunday: http://t.co/iIsc2MAIkk
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