Queen and Prince of Wales at Frogmore House

The Queen and the Prince of Wales enjoyed a walk in the grounds of Frogmore House, Windsor, in two images released to mark the Easter weekend, nut taken on March 23rd. Due to the current restrictions, the annual Easter Service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle will not go ahead, but the ease in rules has allowed the Queen and Prince to walk together near Windsor Castle, where the Queen has been spending lockdown. This was the first public meeting between the Queen and Prince since the Reception at the end of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Royal Train Tour in December. The pictures were taken by Getty Images Photographer Chris Jackson, who also took the Prince’s 70th Birthday Portraits.

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UPDATE: The Prince of Wales planted an oak at Windsor to start the nationwide ‘Queen’s Green Canopy‘ to mark the Queen’s historic Platinum Jubilee in 2022, in ‘Plant a Tree for the Jubilee’. In 70 years on the throne, the Queen has planted 1,500 new trees around the world.

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  1. These are such excellent photos, maybe because they were taken at the spur of the moment instead of being posed. Mother and son look so comfortable, enjoying their walk amongst the flowers. They look ready to weather any storm together! Lovely!

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