This Is How the Royal Family Celebrated Easter
The royal family gathered in Windsor on Sunday to attend their annual Easter service. The family, led by the Queen, attended a service at St George's Chapel near Windsor Castle.
The Duchess of Cambridge, accompanied by her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, wore a cream dress coat by Catherine Walker, with matching court shoes and a pill box hat.
Her hair was swept up into an elegant chignon, and the look was finished with a pair of pearl earrings.
She dropped into an elegant curtsy when the Queen arrived, who was sporting a bright green coat and hat and carrying an Easter bouquet.
They were joined by Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie in spring dresses and matching fascinators, as well as Autumn and Peter Phillips. One notable absentee was Prince Harry, who opted to spend the weekend in Toronto with his girlfriend Meghan Markle and her family.
From left to right: The Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, Autumn Phillips, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice
From: Harper's BAZAAR
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