On Sunday, the Windsors gathered at St. George’s Chapel for the annual Easter Matins service—and brought some lovely royal jewels along with them.
The family walked from Windsor Castle to St. George’s Chapel on Sunday morning. The Queen was in residence at the castle, but she opted not to make the trek to St. George’s. The Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Princess Royal were all absent as well, but we saw a large number of royal family members make the walk to church.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, led the pack as they headed down the hill for the matins service. (Little Prince Louis stayed back with some of the younger cousins.)
The Duchess wore blue for the service, including an Emilia Wickstead coat dress that she previously wore in Luxembourg in May 2017.
This time around, she accessorized with her pearl cluster earrings.
She previously wore the earrings for Prince Louis’s christening back in the summer of 2018.
Next came the Earl and Countess of Wessex with their children, Lady Louise and Viscount Severn.
Sophie accessorized her floral dress with a teal hat and several pieces of jewelry: floral stud earrings, a necklace with a diamond cross pendant, and multiple bracelets, including one with a silver cross charm.
Louise wore gold and pearl earrings and a necklace with several pendants, including one shaped like the letter L.
Princess Eugenie walked to church with her cousin, Peter Phillips, and his daughters, Isla and Savannah.
Eugenie wore a fair bit of jewelry for the day, including large gold hoop earrings and a necklace with multiple disc-shaped pendants.
The Tindalls were next. Mike and Zara attended church with their elder daughter, Mia. (Lena and Lucas stayed back with Prince Louis, and perhaps Eugenie’s son, August, was also with them.)
Zara wore a pair of textured gold hoop earrings for the church service. Her polka-dot dress from L.K. Bennett came with some extra sparkle in the form of crystal buttons.
The family of the late Princess Margaret was also well-represented at the service. Lady Sarah Chatto and her family were all there. Here, she’s standing with her younger son, Arthur.
Daniel Chatto was also in attendance at the service.
And so was the elder Chatto son, Samuel.
Lady Sarah was elegant as always, wearing diamond sunburst earrings and a gorgeous five-stranded pearl necklace.
There were a few more relatives present as well. I spotted both of the Snowdon kids, Viscount Linley and Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones. Margarita wore a gorgeous printed dress borrowed from her mother’s closet, pairing it with gold jewelry.