William and Kate lead church services while the Queen stays at home

London: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge presided over the royal family’s Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle, the Queen visibly absent from one of her traditional events.

The Queen, who has been experiencing mobility problems, did not attend the service even though it was held in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, where she resides.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended Easter Sunday services at St George's Chapel in Windsor with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended Easter Sunday services at St George’s Chapel in Windsor with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Credit:Getty Images

William and Catherine were accompanied by two of their three children: Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 6.

Also in attendance were the Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, his wife Sophie and their children.

Princess Eugenie, daughter of Prince Andrew, was present, but there was no sign of her father, who recently settled a multi-million pound legal case related to sexual assault allegations. He was also involved in a fraud case.

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The Queen – celebrating her 96th birthday on Thursday – marks 70 years to the throne in 2022.

He has been reducing public duties at the behest of his doctor since spending a night in hospital in October and also experiencing a bout of COVID-19 in February. She attended a memorial service in March for her late husband Prince Philip, but instead contained the engagement within the walls of Windsor Castle, either in person or virtually.

Prince Harry, who met his grandmother, the Queen, earlier this week, was in The Hague, where he opened the Invictus Games for former soldiers and women on Saturday night.

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