Meghan Markle, 36, joined Prince Harry, 33, and the rest of the Royal Family as they walked to Sandringham church for the Christmas Day service.
Showing off her style credentials, Meghan wore a sleek camel coat which was belted tight around her waist.
She topped this off with an extravagant brown hat, which had a twist details to the side.
Meghan walked arm in arm with her husband-to-be, smiling as she went.
Meghan paired the look with a pair of brown suede boots.
Underneath the coat, Meghan appeared to be wearing a red velvet skirt which came down past her knees.
She accessoried with a pair of brown leather gloves, which she held in her hands.
The former actress also wore a pair of small diamond drop earrings in her ears.
Meghan kept her makeup simple for the day, sticking to light eyeshadow and bronzer, and a nude lipgloss.
She wore her hair down in a straight style, choosing something simpler than her usual bouncy curled look.
As well as Harry, Meghan was joined by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the four walked along next to each other, led by Prince Philip.
Princess Beatrice could also be seen walking behind them, alongside other members of the Royal Family.
After church, the royals will return to Sandringham for Christmas Dinner with the Queen.
As with everything in royal life, the festive season follows a particular rhythm, and the day will go to strict timings.
The Queen’s former personal chef Darren McGrady has revealed exactly what the family enjoy.
Speaking to GoodHousekeeping.com, he said: “After church, that’s when they have a big lunch that includes a salad with shrimp or lobster, and a roasted turkey, and all of your traditional side dishes like parsnips, carrots, Brussels sprouts and Christmas pudding with brandy butter for dessert. They stick with the same meal year after year.”