- Queen Elizabeth is absent from the Easter service
- Her great-grandchildren George and Charlotte were there
- See the photos in our video!
Prince William, 39, and his family were spotted at the annual Easter fair. The royal attended the service with his wife Duchess Kate, 40, and his children Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 6, but not Prince Louis, 3. (Photos are in the video above.)
The Queen is absent from the service
Queen Elizabeth II, 95, did not appear. The monarch recently cancelled on the Maundy Thursday service, where she was represented by Prince Charles. The reason for this could be her mobility problems. Already in February she used a cane during an audience in Windsor and explained: "As you can see, I can't move."
In addition, the Queen explained in a video call that her recent COVID-19 infection has left her "very tired and exhausted," reports the Daily Mail. So it is not too surprising that the monarch continues to reduce her personal and public appearances.
Queen Elizabeth, however, is said to have visited a small chapel inside Windsor Castle for Easter. So there shouldn't be any new concerns about the Queen's absence this Easter.
She also got to meet with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan ahead of the religious weekend.