Queen Elizabeth II stole the show at the traditional Easter Sunday service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor. The 89-year-old wore an all-yellow look and looked radiant in pastel shade. Many members of the British royal family were present at the church service, but notable absentees were Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton.
The British monarch was accompanied by her husband Prince Philip for the Easter service. She wore a yellow coat that featured Chinese collar, long sleeves and gold buttons. Elizabeth wore a yellow pleated dress that had blue and deep brown prints all over.
The senior British royal, who will celebrate her 90th birthday on April 21, accessorized with pearl necklace, matching pearl earrings and a brooch. She wore a pair of black gloves, carried her signature small black handbag and wore black loafers. However, the striking part of her festive ensemble was her yellow straw hat that had yellow, blue and brown floral accents. She completed her look with red lipstick.
The queen carried a bouquet of white and yellow flowers in her hand. Philip, meanwhile, looked handsome by her side in a navy suit. He paired it with a crisp white shirt, a purple tie and a white pocket square. The 94-year-old finished his look in a pair of black lace-up shoes.
Most of the royal women were dressed in pastel shades, festive hats and fascinators. Prince Edward’s wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and her 12-year-old daughter Lady Louise Windsor walked along with Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice. Sophie was dressed in a red coat and black fascinator.
The daughters of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson looked stylish in their elegant coats as they laughed and joked together on their way to the service. Eugenie opted for a black coat and purple fascinator, while her sister Beatrice wore a white trenchcoat with a black dress. Louise wore a white coat paired with black cap, gray tights and black belles.
Peter and Autumn Phillips went to the church with Peter’s mother Princess Anne, after spending Good Friday at the Gatcombe Horse Trials together. They kept a close eye on Prince Edward and Sophie’s son James, Viscount Severn. Anne’s husband, Timothy Laurence, was also present for the service.
Prince Andrew and Prince Edward were in a jovial mood as they attended the service. Apart from Kate and William, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla also did not attend the Easter church service.