Queen, Charles and Camilla spend Easter Sunday Service at Windsor – Royal Central

The Queen was absent from the annual Easter Sunday Church Service held at St George’s Chapel in Windsor this week.

His Holiness has greatly reduced his diary in recent months due to ongoing mobility issues, and is not expected to attend services.

Also unavailable were the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, although the couple did represent the king at Maundy Thursday services earlier this week.

In the absence of the king and heir, Prince William led the Royal Family to church with the Duchess of Cambridge and their two eldest children – Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The Queen’s only public appearance so far this year was in March when she attended a service at Westminster Abbey to commemorate the life of her late husband, Prince Philip.

The King continues to perform desk duties from Windsor Castle as well as events that can take place virtually.

The queen has been on light duty since October after spending the night in hospital on the recommendation of her doctor.

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