Queen’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren lead way at Easter service

The Queen’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren were out in force for the annual Easter Sunday service.

The Queen, who has been experiencing mobility issues, did not attend the service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

It is thought likely she will spend the day surrounded by family.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge led members of the family in the grounds of the castle in the bright spring sunshine for the morning service, joined by their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The event, a staple in the royal calendar, was also attended by Peter Phillips and his children Savannah and Isla, while Zara and Mike Tindall took their eldest daughter Mia.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex arrived with their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn, while Princess Eugenie was also present.

Kate wore light blue, as did her daughter, who held William’s hand while she walked to the chapel.

Prince George, like his father, wore a suit and tie.

The eight-year-old future king shook hands with the Dean of Windsor, the Right Rev David Conner, as they left the service, with William wishing him a happy Easter.