Queen Elizabeth is absent from Easter Sunday services amid mobility issues as she approaches her 96th birthday

Queen Elizabeth II was notably absent from the traditional Easter Sunday service, along with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

Other members of the British royal family, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their two children, attended the service at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

The Queen, who has been experiencing mobility issues, did not attend the service, which is a staple in the royal calendar.

William and Kate were accompanied by their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they stepped out in the English spring sun in the absence of the Queen.

Kate was dressed in light blue, as was her daughter, who held William’s hand as he walked to the chapel in the castle grounds.

Prince William, Kate and their two children walking on the street outside the church in formal attire on a sunny day
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their two children attend Easter Sunday services at Windsor Castle.

(AFP: Andrew Matthews )

Prince George, like his father, wore a suit and tie.

Also in attendance were the Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, with his wife Sophie and their children, and Princess Eugenie, daughter of Prince Andrew.

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