Britain’s Queen attends Easter Sunday service

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, attended a traditional Easter service at St George's Chapel in Windsoron Sunday (April 5), accompanied by senior members of the Royal Family.

The Queen was dressed in a bright blue coat and matching hat and arrived by car with the Duke of Edinburgh.

Making their way on foot to the service were Princess Beatrice, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, Prince Edward with Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Princess Anne.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did not attend. The Duchess is expecting her second baby later this month.

Prince Harry was also absent from the service as he is due to be in Australia, where he is expected to begin an attachment with the Australian Defence Force.

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