The Queen may have been unable to attend the royal Easter church service, but she was in good company at home at Windsor Castle where she was paid a visit by her granddaughter, Princess Beatrice.
The 95-year-old and her granddaughter were joined by Beatrice's husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, their daughter Sienna and Edoardo's son from a previous relationship, Wolfie.
Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi's baby girl Sienna is almost seven months old which makes this her first Easter celebration.
The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson has always said that her two role models in life are her mum and the Queen with whom she shares an especially close bond.
To indicate the strength of their relationship, The Queen previously gifted Beatrice the tiara she wore at her own wedding to Prince Philip.
While Princess Beatrice, 33, wore one of the Queen’s dresses at her wedding last year which was held in Windsor, to ensure her grandmother would be able to attend.
Meanwhile, this weekend, other members of the Royal family attended the annual Royal Maundy church service in keeping with tradition.
Notably, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall stepped up to front the family in the Queen’s absence.
The Cambridges, William and Kate, attended with their two eldest children, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince George, 8.
Meanwhile, their youngest son Prince George stayed at Windsor Castle with the family nanny, Maria Borrallo.
The family are reported to have also spent time with the Queen following the traditional service also attended by Princess Eugenie, the younger sister of Princess Beatrice.
Prince Harry and Meghan also paid a visit to the Queen last Thursday, a surprise meeting after not attending Prince Philip's memorial service two weeks prior.
According to Royal expert Ingrid Stewart the Queen was thrilled to see her grandson and his wife following their time apart.
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