On Saturday, the royals gathered for the nuptials, with Kate wearing her Lock & Co. hat and MaxMara dress under a cream coat, and William serving as one of Tomlinson’s ushers.
Local resident Ursula Winger told the Telegraph that she had spotted Catherine going for a walk earlier in the day on Saturday.
“I saw Kate just walking along the road and couldn’t believe my eyes,” Winger recalled. ”I automatically waved at her and she smiled and waved back. I said in English that I wished her a pleasant stay and she thanked me. She was very friendly.”
On Sunday, the Duchess walked around the mountainside resort while William and Harry hit the slopes. A slight bump barely protruded from beneath Catherine’s blouse, as she was accompanied by protection officers.
Despite loving the sport, Catherine opted not to ski with her husband and the rest of the wedding guests.
On Friday, Catherine was seen carrying a toboggan while hanging out with other guests, including Rosie Meade. All weekend, Catherine wore Mukluk-style boots with her LK Bennett Darwin jacket and Givenchy sunglasses.