All the Photos of the Royal Family at Easter
As they do every Easter Sunday, the British royal family arrived at Windsor Castle, to mark the holiday by attending church services. But this year's celebration is extra special, in that today is also Queen Elizabeth's 93rd birthday. While Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Princess Beatrice were all on-hand to spend time with British monarch, several members of the family were missing.
Prince Charles and Camilla also weren't there—they traditionally spend Easter in Scotland—and neither was the Duchess of Sussex. She likely got a pass from today's event, given her approaching due date. Read on to see all the photos of the royals who did attend church on Easter.
Princess Anne and her husband Sir Timothy Laurence were among the first to arrive at the chapel.
Then came Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate wore an appropriate pastel coatdress for Easter services.
Prince Harry arrived alongside his cousin Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn. Meghan did not attend the services, likely because she is approaching her due date.
Here's another photo of the royals walking down the hill to the church.
Anne's daughter Zara and her husband Mike Tindall were also in attendance.
Lady Louise and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex make their way down to the church.
As is custom, the Queen was the last to arrive before the service started. Today also marks the monarch's 93rd birthday.
Here is the Queen chatting with the Dean of Windsor before church.
Kate and Zara share a smile before heading into the church.
Upon leaving the church, Queen Elizabeth receives flowers from local children.
The Queen waves to the crowd after church services.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.