PRINCE Louis was pictured clutching Kate Middleton’s hand as he joined the royal family for the first Easter Service since the Queen died.
The young royal, 4, was seen smiling as he walked in with the Princess of Wales for the morning service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
The Prince of Wales was also present with his other children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Louis, who was making his first Easter Sunday appearance, wore a smart navy blue suit jacket, tie, and sky blue shorts.
While Kate dazzled in blue with a matching clutch bag and a pair of statement gold, lapis and moonstone earrings.
Senior royals including King Charles and Camilla, Queen Consort, were out in force at St George’s Chapel on the grounds of the Berkshire castle for the traditional Easter Day Mattins.
The King and Queen Consort, who were also smartly dressed in royal blue, led the party towards the chapel.
The new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh and their eldest son, James, now the Earl of Wessex, strolled in the sunny weather towards the chapel.
And Prince Andrew made a rare appearance, walking just behind the King by his sister Princess Anne’s side.
Zara and Mike Tindall and Princess Beatrice with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were also pictured arriving at church with their family.
Also present in the party was Princess Anne’s husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, who was walking with Queen Elizabeth’s niece Lady Sarah Chatto and her husband Daniel.
Pregnant Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank were also in attendance.
The couple are expecting their second child together.
A staple in the royal calendar, last year’s event saw the now-Prince and Princess of Wales attend in the spring sunshine with their two eldest children.
The service at the famous chapel is likely to be a moving moment for the royal family as her Majesty is buried in the church’s King George VI Memorial Chapel.
The late monarch did not attend last year’s Easter service due to the mobility issues she was suffering at the time.
Today’s event is also a milestone as the first Easter Sunday service of the King’s reign.