Members of the British Royal Family attended the Easter Service at St George’s Chapel on Easter Sunday, April 15th, in Windsor Castle. The younger Royals walked to the Chapel from the Castle while the Queen and Duke were driven. It was the first time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have attended the Easter Service at Windsor.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were accompanied by the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Royal & Sir Timothy Laurence, Peter & Autumn Phillips, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie of York, the Earl & Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor, and Viscount Severn for the Easter Service at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. Afterwards, the Queen also traditionally received a bouquet of flowers from local children who also attended the service.
The Queen wore a turquoise coat and hat, pairing her Three Strand Pearl Necklace with the Queen Mother’s Shell Brooch. The Duke of Edinburgh wore a dark suit with a dark tie. The Duke of Cambridge wore a navy suit with a dark tie. The Duchess of Cambridge repeated a cream Catherine Walker coat with a pillbox hat ad the Queen’s Silver Jubilee pearl and diamond earrings.
The Earl of Wessex wore a dark suit with a dark tie. The Countess of Wessex wore a pink coat with a black hat and pearl cluster earrings. Lady Louise Windsor wore a navy coat with a navy fascinator. Viscount Severn wore a dark suit with a dark tie.
The Princess Royal wore a camel coat and large hat. Autumn Phillips wore a blue coat with a black hat. Princess Beatrice wore a lace dress with a bronze hat. Princess Eugenie wore a beige coat with a small hat.
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