The world has wrapped up another year of bunnies and egg hunts for Easter 2022, but royals are still sharing photos from their festivities – including a rare snap of Princess Eugenie’s baby son.
Around the world they rang in the religious holiday and in the United Kingdom, the British royal family attended their annual Easter Sunday service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
The Queen couldn’t attend the service as she continues to experience mobility issues, but the rest of the royal family were out in force.
Royal watchers had their eyes on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who looked elegant as ever with their two eldest children Prince George and Princess Charlotte by their side.
Zara and Mike Tindall, accompanied by their eldest daughter Mia, also attended as did Zara’s brother Peter Phillips and his daughters Savannah and Isla Phillips along with Princess Eugenie.
Prince Edward, his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn were also seen heading to church.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, were absent from the celebrations at St George’s Chapel, but they did stand in place of the Queen at the Royal Maundy Service at St George’s Chapel on Thursday before the Easter weekend.
And the Brits weren’t the only royals celebrating, with the Danish and Monegasque royal families also marking the occasion.
In Monaco, Princess Charlene made her first public appearance since November 2021, surprising royal watchers with a new family photo.
The 44-year-old posted a portrait to Instagram of herself with husband, Prince Albert II and their twins, Princess Gabriella and Jacques Honoré, surrounded by Easter decorations beside a swimming pool.
She captioned the sweet photo, “Happy Easter ❤️” and reposted the portraits on her Instagram stories with a red heart and a picture from inside their Easter service at church.
It was the royal’s first appearance following her lengthy health battle last year, which left her stranded abroad for months before returning to Monaco for private treatment.
Over in Denmark, Queen Margrethe II attended church with her son Crown Prince Frederik and granddaughter Princess Isabella, who was spotted wearing an iconic piece from her mum Crown Princess Mary’s wardrobe.
In the gallery below, see inside the royal Easter celebrations.
Princess Eugenie treated royal fans to a glimpse of her son August’s face in this delightful photo she shared from Easter morning.
The princess typically hides her son’s face in phtoos, hoping to protect the royal bub’s privacy.
Several members of the Danish royal family headed to Aarhus Cathedral to mark Easter Sunday with Queen Margrethe II, including her son Prince Frederik.
Princess Isabella, Crown Princess Mary’s eldest daughter, stole the show in this cute blazer borrowed from her mum.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte looked all grown up as they arrived with their parents at the Easter Sunday service at St George’s Chapel.
Zara Tindall looked divine in navy blue with her husband Mike and their daughter Mia.
Princess Eugenie walked with her cousin Peter Phillips and his daughters Savannah Philips and Isla Philips.
The colours blue and burgundy were popular hues for their Easter service.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte made hearts melt with their twinning blue.
Prince Edward arrived at the service with his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and their children, Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn.
Sophie and Lady Louise both embraced colourful looks on the sunny morning.
Monaco’s Princess Charlene, Prince Albert II and their twins at their intimate Easter service.