The King and Queen arrived in concert at St George’s Chapel in Windsor for the first Easter Sunday service of the new monarchy.
They joined other senior members of the Royal Family at Windsor Castle, including the Prince and Princess of Wales and their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
The Duke and Princess Royal also made an appearance as the traditional Easter Day Matins began.
Stepping out under the Berkshire spring sun, both the Queen and Princess of Wales wore blue, with the Queen wearing a navy dress with blue embroidery and a matching hat, and the Princess wearing a stunning blue button-down dress and hat.
Queen Elizabeth II, who was buried with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, at the church’s King George VI Memorial Chapel last year was the first Easter Sunday service since her death.
Following her state funeral at Westminster Abbey, her family gathered at St George’s Church in September for a royal memorial service and private funeral.
The late Queen missed last April’s Easter Sunday service due to mobility issues.
Charles succeeded his mother as King and became Supreme Ruler of the Church of England.
In less than a month, he will be crowned with Camilla in a religious service at Westminster Abbey.
More to come.