On Sunday 1 April, the royal family were out in full force to attend the annual Easter day church service at St George's Chapel in Windsor – the very place Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be getting married in next month. Those present included the Queen, Prince William, Kate, Princess Anne and Zara Tindall, who dressed her growing baby bump in an electric blue coat, while Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank – who will also tie the knot at the same church in October – arrived hand-in-hand.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived to the service slightly later than everyone else, getting to the chapel just after the scheduled 10.45am start time. The pair were driven in a car, with Kate now on maternity leave. Those missing included the Duke of Edinburgh, who is thought to have been experiencing some troubles with his hip. Harry and Meghan were also elsewhere – with Kensington Palace describing their weekend plans as "private".
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Take a look through the gallery at the very best photos from the morning service…
Kate and William arrived at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle slightly later than everyone else, with Kate's surprise appearance delighting royal onlookers
Prince William and Kate chatted to two little girls who had presented the Queen with flowers as they left St George's Chapel following the Easter day church service on Sunday. The royal couple told them that their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte had enjoyed an Easter egg hunt in the morning
Princess Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank were among those at the Easter day church service in Windsor on Sunday, looking a picture of happiness as they walked to the chapel together
The Queen was gifted with posies by two six-year-old girls as she left St George's Chapel on Sunday afternoon. Her Majesty looked delighted as she spent time talking to the youngsters following the service
The Queen arrived without Prince Philip, 96, who is said to be suffering from troubles with his hip. Dressed in a vibrant pink skirt suit with a matching hat, the 91-year-old looked in good spirits as she made her way to the church
The royal family left St George's Chapel following the Easter day service on Sunday 1 April. William and Kate attended without their two young children, Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, three, who were thought to have stayed at home enjoying an Easter egg hunt
Zara Tindall - who is pregnant with her second baby - was among those who attended the church service in Windsor on Sunday morning. The mother-of-one dressed her growing baby bump in a stylish blue coat, which she paired with matching heels and a co-ordinating hat