Prince George and Princess Charlotte will celebrate Easter Sunday just like the other children from across the globe.

According to People, the royal siblings will most likely join their family for an Easter Sunday service. On the morning of the occasion, Prince George and Princess Charlotte will also go on an Easter egg hunt.

Last year, Kate Middleton revealed that her two older children celebrated Easter Sunday by participating in an Easter egg hunt so it’s possible that they may do the same this year.

This year, Middleton’s youngest child, Prince Louis, will finally get to join in the fun because he will soon turn 1 year old.

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge usually celebrate Easter Sunday privately but in 2014, the royal couple made a public appearance with their then-1-year-old son Prince George during their royal tour in Australia.

A photo of Prince George shows the young boy in an all-blue ensemble smiling and looking amused while interacting with an adorable bunny. Prince William and Middleton brought Prince George along with them to Sydney’s Taronga Zoo at that time.

Middleton said that Prince George tried to pull the ears of the rabbit, and Prince William chimed in by saying that Prince George wouldn’t let go of the rabbit’s ears once he got a hold of them.

In related news, Prince George and his siblings also made headlines this week after their most adorable photos were compiled and uploaded online by Hello! magazine.

One of the throwback photos shows Prince George cradling his younger sister, Princess Charlotte, in his arms just after she was born. Another photo shows a young Prince George sitting on the grass while wearing a sweater and pants. The snap was taken when the third in the line of the throne was just 3 years old.

Another photo shows Middleton carrying a sleeping Prince Louis during his christening last year. Prince Louis was born on April 23, 2018.

Prince George Pictured: Prince George waves as he leaves in a car after attending the wedding of his aunt, Pippa Middleton, to James Matthews at St Mark's Church in Englefield, west of London, on May 20, 2017. Photo: Getty Images/Justin Tallis/AFP