The Queen attends Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall’s sons’ christening

The Queen, along with other members of the royal family, attended the christening of Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall’s sons on Sunday.

While there were fears that the monarch, 95, would be unable to attend due to a sprained back that forced her to miss last week’s Remembrance Sunday event, she returned to royal duties the following week, and Buckingham Palace confirmed she was able to attend her great-grandsons’ christening.

Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack were photographed together on their way to the chapel, while Zara and Mike Tindall arrived separately. The event was held at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor.

Earlier this year, the royal cousins welcomed their first sons just over a month apart. Princess Eugenie, 31, welcomed her first child, August, on February 9th, and Zara and Mike welcomed their third child, Lucas, on March 21st.

Eugenie wore a stunning silk white gown with a headband and blue pendant for the occasion on Sunday, while Zara kept it simple in black with pearl accessories.

Peter Philips, Zara’s brother, was photographed driving to the event, as were George and Nicola Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie’s in-laws.

Cressida Bonas, Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend, was also seen arriving at the chapel with her husband, Harry Wentworth-Stanley.

Sarah Ferguson, Princess Eugenie’s mother, recently provided an update on The Queen’s health, which was thankfully positive.

The 62-year-old called the monarch “an extraordinary woman” who she has to “pinch herself” to remember how fortunate she is to have such a close relationship with.

Sarah said in an interview with the French magazine Paris Match: “She’s doing fine. She is a role model for me. I pinch myself whenever I see her to remind myself how fortunate I am. She is a remarkable woman.”

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