Two of the Queen's beloved granddaughters joined the monarch at the traditional Easter Sunday service at Windsor.
Princess Eugenie and Lady Louise were amongst the three generations of royals at St George's Chapel with the monarch – elegant in a Stewart Parvin silk dress with a lilac crepe coat and a matching hat by Philip Somerville.
Eugenie, who attended with her father the Duke of York, looked gorgeous in a pretty cream dress coat and a black feathered hat.
Lady Louise, accompanied by her parents the Earl and Countess of Wessex, helped her grandmother carry the bunches of blooms presented to her by well-wishers.
There to meet the Queen were seven-year-old Jasmine and Savannah Willans, nine, grandchildren of a Military Knight of Windsor.
Also giving flowers to the monarch was Freedom Scott Tansley, ten, from Glasgow, who is a regular at the Easter event.
''When the Queen came up to me she said, 'oh so you're back here now again','' he said. ''I've met her 12 times now.''