• King Charles and Camilla were all smiles on Sunday
  • The royals wore green for Easter service
  • This is why they wore a significant colour

The British Royal Family turned Windsor into a sea of green this Easter, as King Charles and Queen Camilla made a triumphant, smile-filled appearance at the annual Easter Mattins service at St. George's Chapel. The outing, described by Buckingham Palace as "very encouraging," marked a significant moment in the King's recovery journey, following his cancer diagnosis earlier this year.

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Royals radiate in green: Symbolism, tribute, and tradition

But it wasn't just the King's health that had onlookers buzzing! The royal ladies, including Queen Camilla, Princess Anne, and Sarah Ferguson, dazzled in a spectrum of green, the color of nature, spring, and rebirth. Queen Camilla was a vision in an emerald green coat dress by Anna Valentine, while Princess Anne kept it fresh in mint, and Sarah Ferguson made a splash in fern.


This wasn't the first time the royals have used green to make a statement. Just last year, they honored Prince Philip with the same hue, a nod to his Edinburgh Green livery. The color also carries special meaning for Princess Kate, who dons green to support mental health awareness and, most recently, for her role as Colonel of the Irish Guards at Trooping the Colour.

As the royal couple arrived in their State Bentley, the King's dapper coat and blue tie complemented the verdant theme, and their waves to the well-wishers signaled a hopeful chapter for the monarchy. This Easter, the royal family didn't just celebrate a holiday; they showcased the power of resilience and the beauty of starting anew.

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