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Prince Louis’s adorable accessory at Easter Sunday service revealed

The four-year-old made his Easter debut

Prince Louis makes his debut at Easter Sunday service
Gemma Strong
Online Digital News Director
11 April 2023
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Prince Louis made his Easter Sunday service debut at the weekend as he joined the rest of his family at St George's Chapel in Windsor.

The little royal looked adorable as he arrived with proud parents Prince William and Princess Kate and his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

At just four years old, Louis is one of the youngest members of the royal family to attend the service. Take a look at some of his very best moments in our video below...

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And while he was smartly dressed for the occasion, his mum Kate gave a sweet nod to his tender years with the choice of tie.

Louis looked very sweet in blue shorts, long socks, a blazer, and shirt, with his hair combed to one side. His tie, meanwhile, was embroidered with tiny bicycles – adorable!

Prince Louis arrives for the Easter Sunday church service© Samir Hussein
Prince Louis arrives for the Easter Sunday church service

William and Kate's youngest was not the only royal sporting a decorated tie; so too was James, the new Earl of Wessex.

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The 15-year-old accompanied his parents, Sophie and Edward, to the Easter service wearing a tie emblazoned with Land Rovers.

It was possibly a touching nod to his late grandfather, Prince Philip. The late Queen's husband had a strong connection with Land Rovers, using green Freelanders for several years.

James, Earl of Wessex at the Easter service with his parents© Max Mumby/Indigo
James, Earl of Wessex at the Easter service with his parents

He also designed his own specially-modified Defender to carry his coffin.  Philip passed away on 9 April 2021 at the age of 99.

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A huge number of royals stepped out on Sunday to attend what was the first Easter service of King Charles'’s reign.

Mia joined sister Lena, parents Mike and Zara Tindall and senior royals at the traditional Easter service
The royal family were out in force

The monarch and Queen Camilla were joined by the Waleses, the Tindalls, Princess Beatrice and pregnant Princess Eugenie, Princess Anne and the new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh.

It was likely to have been a poignant outing for the family, with the 15th-century chapel being the late Queen’s final resting place and the Easter Sunday service the first to take place since her death. 

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