- The British royals got together at Easter
- They dressed up accordingly for the service
- One thing was particularly noticeable with Princess Kate
For the first time since the death of Queen Elizabeth II last September, the British royal family has gathered at Windsor Castle to celebrate Easter. On Easter Sunday, the royals attended the traditional service at St George's Chapel in Windsor, where the Queen is buried.
Princess Kate wears red nail polish to Easter service
Prince William's entire family was in attendance, and for the first time the youngest member of the family, Prince Louis (4), was also allowed to take part. Another thing was noticed: On her way to the Easter service in Windsor, Princess Kate (41) wore a blue coat by Catherine Walker and dark red fingernails.
This sparked controversy online as Kate had previously chosen neutral or light nail colors when appearing in public to comply with the Queen's rules. It was repeatedly reported that the former Queen didn't like bright red or pink. Will Kate now loosen up the rules?
The Royals spent Easter at Windsor. As royal expert, Ingrid Seward reported to 'The Sun', King Charles also broke a strict royal rule.
While she let children who could not yet use a knife and fork eat at the feasts in the playroom dining room, this was to change under Charles. Especially Prince Louis, the four-year-old son of Kate and William, should have been happy about this rule change.