The British royal family gathers every year in Windsor for Easter services at St. George’s Chapel. The royal family was present in force on the first Easter without Queen Elizabeth, with King Charles and Queen Camilla serving as hosts. Also present were Prince William and Kate Middleton, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall, and other members of the aristocracy. Prince Andrew was photographed with the royal family.
Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, were accompanied by William and Kate. Prince Louis is the first member of his family to attend an Easter service at St. George’s Chapel; his siblings have already done so twice. Here are the best pictures of the Prince and Princess of Wales, the King and Queen Consort, and the rest of the royal family at Easter 2023 in Windsor:
Leading the royals into church were King Charles and Queen Camilla.
When wearing a royal blue coat dress, the Princess of Wales looked lovely.
Blue coat and tights-wearing Princess Charlotte turned to face her younger sibling.
Even though she is sporting a different hat, Kate appears to be wearing the same outfit she did for the Commonwealth Day service last year.
Zara Tindall and her husband Mike Tindall strolled hand-in-hand. Zara Tindall looked lovely in bright pink. Mia and Lena, their daughters, went with them.
Peter Phillips (back left) and Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi can be seen behind the Tindalls in this picture. (back right).
A rare public appearance for Prince Andrew since the Queen’s funeral last fall, Andrew entered the building with his sister, Princess Anne.
As they walked, Anne and Andrew appeared deeply engaged in conversation.
A picture of Kate, Prince William, and their three children entering.
King Charles waved to the crowds while enjoying his first Easter as king.
James, Earl of Wessex, and his parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, the new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, entered the room.
Coupled with her husband Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie, who is expecting her second child, attended the event.
When entering St. George’s Chapel, Eugenie and Jack walked together holding hands.
One of Camilla’s favorite brooches, a diamond knot brooch, was on display. Today marks Charles and Camilla’s 18th wedding anniversary.
Princess Charlotte gave the cameras a smile.
Sir Timothy Laurence, the spouse of Princess Anne, sported a yellow tie. Lady Sarah Chatto, Princess Margaret’s daughter, is visible in the orange despite the fact that her face is hidden in this photograph.
Princess Charlotte and her sisters Mia and Lena are all sporting ballet flats in this image of the royal family entering the church.
As they entered the church, Prince George turned around to face the oncoming cameras. Princess Charlotte’s adorable hair bow is visible in this picture.
It was the first Easter without Queen Elizabeth for the British royal family, and today marks the second anniversary of Prince Philip’s passing.
Queen Camilla departed for a private engagement before the other royals. Harriet, a 10-year-old, presented her with a bouquet of flowers.
As she stepped into a waiting car, Camilla grinned.
As he walked out of St. George’s Chapel, King Charles waved to the assembled crowds.
As they left church, Mike walked with his daughter Lena by her hand.
Mia wore a cute dress with a pattern.
Charlotte and Kate left together; it was obvious that she had become too warm in church because her mother was carrying her jacket.
In blue, mother and daughter looked lovely.
Prince George appeared extremely mature while wearing a full suit. He recently received word that he would play one of eight pages in the coronation of his grandfather.
Princess Eugenie’s floral Whistles midi dress and headband matched.
Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice opted for a light pink long-sleeved Emilia Wickstead dress with black accents.
To the gathered crowds, Beatrice waved.
A close-up of the pink dress by Jane Atelier for Zara and the fascinator by Juliette Millinery.
On his way out, Prince William held young Louis’ hand.