21 APRIL 2003
The royal family enjoyed some heady Easter celebrations on Sunday after coming together for a service at Windsor Castle. The Queen and Prince Philip were joined by Princess Anne and the Earl and Countess of Wessex, as well as their granddaughters Beatrice and Eugenie, for the occasion.
Onlookers were treated to an impressive display of style, as Windsor's royal ladies showed off their impeccable taste in millinery. The Queen chose a bright red number that offset her burgundy coat beautifully.
Beatrice meanwhile opted for a delicate bright blue hat decorated with feathers, while her younger sister went for a more conservative, but equally elegant, black creation.
The Countess of Wessex also came along, sporting an eye-catching black and white bonnet. She made the short trip to St George's chapel by car - Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne followed her to the chapel on foot - fuelling speculation that she may be pregnant.
After the service, the Queen received a bunch of tulips from six-year-old Amie Scott. The youngster had come along to wish Her Majesty a happy birthday, as the monarch turned 77 on Monday. "I told her happy birthday and she thanked me," said Amie. "She was very nice."