Zara and Mike Tindall step out to support Firm at Easter Sunday service

Kate Middleton and William arrive for Easter church service

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The couple stepped out to join the other senior royals for the tradition at St George’s Chapel, on the grounds of Windsor Castle. Mike and Zara were joined by their eldest daughter Mia, eight. Princess Anne’s daughter, who is an equestrian herself has been spotted at several events recently, including Aintree and Cheltenham festivals. 

The keen athlete also attended Prince Philip’s memorial with her husband and Mia.

Onlookers and royal fans caught a glimpse of the couple as they walked toward the chapel with their family. 

Sadly the Queen will not be in attendance at Sunday’s Easter service following a string of cancelled engagements, including Thursday’s Maundy Service where Prince Charles stepped in.

The Queen will instead mark the event at the private chapel at Windsor.

The Monarch, who turns 96 on Thursday recently admitted she was left feeling “very tired and exhausted” after contracting Covid-19 in February.

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The Queen will instead mark the event at the private chapel at Windsor.

Her son Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also did not attend the service in Windsor.

They decided to spend the Easter weekend at their Scottish home of Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate.

Instead, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge lead the royals this morning for the annual Easter Sunday service.

William and Kate were accompanied by their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The Easter Sunday outing marks the second public appearance in quick succession for the Cambridge children after attending a memorial service last month in honour of their great-grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh. 

Prince Louis, who celebrates his fourth birthday next Saturday, stayed home.

It is the first time the couple have taken their children to the annual service.

The service at the chapel has not taken place since 2019 due to the pandemic.


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