The entire royal family appeared at the Easter fair. Just like last Christmas, Easter is also a special occasion for the British royals this year. It’s the first time the family is celebrating without the late Queen Elizabeth (✝96). However, the now incumbent King Charles (74) should still stick to the traditions. This also includes the Easter fair. And his son William (40) also appears with the whole family.
On Sunday afternoons, the Easter service is traditionally held in St. George Chapel. The special occasion is called Easter Mattins Service and the whole family turned up for it. William and his wife Kate (41) were also there and this time had their entire offspring with them. The youngest son Prince Louis (4), who otherwise rarely accompanies his parents to events, also walked by her hand. Almost as agreed, the whole family appeared in royal blue. Just like Kate, Charles’ wife Camilla (75) also wore a blue dress.
In 2022, Easter Mass was the first event of the year that Louis’ older siblings George (9) and Charlotte (7) were allowed to attend. Going to church on high holidays is an integral part of the program for the royals and their children. Louis’ first royal church attendance was last Christmas. So his first Easter Mass will probably also be a special experience for the four-year-old.