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Members of The Royal Family gathered at Windsor Castle on Sunday to celebrate the first Easter of the reign of King Charles III.
The King and Queen were joined by the Prince & Princess of Wales and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
The Princess Royal and the Duke of York also joined the family at St George’s Chapel for the traditional Easter Sunday service.
Other members of The Royal Family who were photographed arriving at the service was the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, the Earl of Wessex, and Princess Eugenie.
Princess Margaret’s daughter, Lady Sarah Chatto, also accompanied the family, alongside her husband, Daniel.
This is a particularly poignant Easter Sunday for The Royal Family.
It is the first time the occasion has been celebrated since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September 2022.
The occasion also marks two years to the day since Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, died at Windsor Castle at the age of 99.
On Thursday, King Charles and Queen Camilla handed out Maundy Money to pensioners in York – keeping up with tradition.
Queen Elizabeth II always had her family spend Easter Sunday alongside her, and this too looks to be a tradition that will continue.