The beautiful Duchess, 40, opted for a light blue dress and dark blue hat for the occasion as she arrived at St George’s Chapel in Windsor for the traditional Easter Mattins Service.
Kate partnered her look with a matching clutch bag and blue heels.
Prince William, 39, looked smart in a suit as did little George, eight, and Charlotte looked like a mini Kate as she strolled in her sky blue dress and tights.
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Also in attendance was Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex and their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.
And Mike and Zara Tindall were seen at the service beaming as they walked in the sun.
Buckingham Palace announced earlier this week that Queen Elizabeth II will not be attending this weekend’s Easter Sunday Service at St. Georgie’s Chapel in Windsor.
Sharing a snippet of a statement issued by the Queen’s representatives, royal journalist Victoria Murphy tweeted: “Buckingham Palace announces that members of the royal family will attend the Easter Sunday service in Windsor. The Queen will not be attending.”
The news comes after the 95 year old monarch was announced to also not be attending the Maundy Service.
ITV Royal News Editor Chris Ship tweeted on Friday 8 April: “Another event in the royal calendar and another cancellation by the Queen. She has asked that Prince Charles and Camilla represent her at the annual Maundy Thursday Service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
“We are told the Queen wanted to provide clarity now for those attending.”
The news of the Queen’s cancellations also come after she opened up about her recent Covid battle.
In a video appearance on a call with The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, she said of the virus: “It does leave one very tired and exhausted doesn’t it, this horrible pandemic. It is not a nice result.”
The Queen added it had been “frightening experience” to have Covid and that “not being allowed to see your relatives was very hard”.
According to Christopher Biggins, who has long been pals with many members of the Royal Family, it’s because of the Queen’s mobility problems that she’s been pulling out of events.
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