Zara Tindall embraced the arrival of spring as she attended the Easter Sunday service in Windsor today with her husband and their daughters.
Princess Anne’s 41-year-old daughter wore a £760 hot pink Jane flare dress for the traditional Easter Mattins service at St George’s Chapel when she arrived alongside her former rugby player Mike, 44.
The mother-of-three was joined by her daughters Mia, nine, and Lena, four. The married couple left their youngest child, Lucas, two, at home.
Dressed in a white ensemble, Zara’s mother, Princess Anne, 72, also attended the first Easter Sunday service of King Charles’s reign with her husband Tim Lawrence.
The Waleses led the senior royals for the service, which was the first ever since Queen Elizabeth II’s death last September. Today is also the second anniversary of Prince Philip’s death.
Zara Tindall embraced the arrival of spring as she attended the Easter Sunday service in Windsor today with her husband and their daughters
The mother-of-three was joined by her daughters Mia, nine, and Lena, four. The couple left their youngest child, Lucas, two, at home
Zara seemed to have trouble with her dress as she walked to St George’s Chapel
Zara completed her vibrant ensemble with a cream floral fascinator, matching handbag and pumps.
The royal family’s hot pink dress looks effortlessly elegant and features button detailing, long sleeves and a high neckline.
Looking just as stylish as their mum, Mia opted for a £84 floral print Reiss dress, while Lena donned a £68 frill dress from the same brand.
Meanwhile, Mike looked good in a navy blue suit with a blue tie as he held his oldest daughter’s hand as they walked into the building.
The King gathered his family for his first Easter Sunday appearance as monarch in Windsor this morning.
Princess Anne’s 41-year-old daughter wore a £760 hot pink Jane flare dress for the traditional Easter Mattins service at St George’s Chapel when she arrived alongside her former rugby player Mike, 44
The family held hands as they entered St. George’s Chapel with other members of The Firm
It’s likely to be a moving moment for the royal family, with the 15th-century chapel serving as the late queen’s final resting place and the Easter Sunday service the first to take place since her death (Zara and Mike Tindall are pictured with their family on Sunday)
Following in the footsteps of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth, who always held Easter Court at her beloved Berkshire residence, Charles was joined by his wife, the Queen Consort, and his three eldest grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
A staple on the royal calendar, last year’s event saw the now Prince and Princess of Wales present in the spring sunshine with their two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The Princess of Wales and the Queen Consort both opted for royal blues as their favorite Easter Sunday outfit, with the mother-of-three arriving hand-in-hand with her youngest son Prince Louis, who joined the family at the service for the first time.
The Royal Family head to St George’s Chapel for the Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle
It comes after reports suggested Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will star in the King’s Coronation procession at Westminster Abbey on May 6.
Also present on Sunday is Prince Andrew, who walked with his sister Princess Anne, who wore a cream double-breasted coat and an embellished navy blue hat
Pregnant Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank walked hand in hand when they arrived on Sunday
Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh with Prince Edward, Duke of Edinburgh and James, Earl of Wessex attend the Easter Mattins Service
Holding his mother’s hand, he cast a serious look at the waiting media, while the princess gave a brief smile and greeting.
The royals are expected to largely follow tradition on this bittersweet occasion, but some reports have suggested that Easter Sunday dinner may be less formal.
RoyaI told expert Ingrid Seward The sun that one is specific late Queen’s dinner rule that King Charles might choose to relax.
She said, “They will all eat together, but not the young children who will eat in the dining room of the nursery.
The Prince and Princess of Wales have arrived at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle with all three of their children for the first Easter Sunday service of King Charles’s reign
The King and Queen’s consort looked in good spirits as they waved hello to the crowd of people watching as the Royal Family walked into St George’s Chapel
‘The Queen used to say they shouldn’t eat at the table until they could hold a knife and fork properly, but Charles might have relaxed that rule. But dinner is for adults only.’
And the weekend was reportedly going to be action-packed for the royal kids, with Ingrid telling the outlet that Kate was planning an Easter egg hunt.
“Kate is a great organizer and will almost certainly organize an Easter egg hunt – the kids can also go to the royal stables and see the horses there and there’s an indoor pool to swim in and ponies to ride,” she said.
The Royal Family will be in attendance at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Berkshire Castle for the traditional Easter Day Mattins