Yesterday, the British royal family stepped out in Windsor for their annual Easter Sunday service. The occasion doubled as a celebration of the Queen's 93rd birthday, surrounded by her nearest and dearest. Members of the Royal family including Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a service at St George's Chapel - the same chapel in which Prince Harry and Meghan were married.
The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a pastel blue dress with matching coat and fascinator hat, from one of her favourite designers, Alexander McQueen, to mark the occasion.
Princess Beatrice, her father Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, his wife Sophie and their daughter Lady Louise Windsor, were all in attendance. Mike and Zara Tindall and Autumn and Peter Phillips also showed up. Prince Harry made a solo appearance, as Meghan Markle was unmistakably absent.
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No, I don’t believe she will be there. That’s certainly not what was being said this week - she is days away from having her baby, after all.— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) April 21, 2019
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children, George, Louis and Charlotte were also absent from the celebrations, as were Prince Charles and Camilla.
Social media tributes to the Queen poured in from the public and royals alike, including a sweet Instagram gallery from Prince Harry and Meghan on their brand new joint account.
As the Royals left St George's Chapel, the crowd even sung 'Happy Birthday' to the monarch.
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