LONDON - Senior royals have joined Queen Elizabeth II to celebrate Easter with a special service at Windsor Castle.
The monarch was joined at St. George's Chapel on the castle grounds by Prince William, his wife Kate, and other close family members.
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R) and Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (L) arrive to attend the Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, west of London on April 16, 2017. (PHOTO: Jonathan Brady/AFP/Getty Images)
William and Kate did not bring 3-year-old Prince George or 1-year-old Princess Charlotte to the church.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R) Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Princess Beatrice of York (2L) and Princess Eugenie of York (L) attend Easter Day Service at St George's Chapel on April 16, 2017 in Windsor, England. (PHOTO: Samir Hussein/WireImage)
Easter proved far easier for the 90-year-old monarch than Christmas, when illness kept her and her husband Prince Philip from attending the traditional service.
Elizabeth and Philip arrived by car while younger family members walked to the service.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and prince Philip leave the Easter Sunday service in Windsor Castle, in Windsor, April 16, 2017. (PHOTO: Peter Nicholls/Reuters)
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