Zara Tindall certainly turned heads as she arrived at the royals' annual Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle in a bright pink dress.
The 41 year old granddaughter of the late Queen looked stunning in the fuchsia midi-dress as she eschewed the navy, light blue and cream dress code adopted by many of the royals for the Easter event.
She arrived arm-in-arm with her husband, I'm A Celeb star Mike Tindall, 44, and their two eldest children, daughters Mia, nine, and four year old Lena, whilst baby Lucas was taken care of at home.
Zara held hands with Lena, while Mia clutched onto dad Mike's hand and both girls looked sweet in pretty dresses.
Zara appeared in great spirits and she looked beautiful with her blonde hair swept back into an elegant chignon, whilst an elaborate floral fascinator was perched atop her head.
She wore cream stilettos that perfectly matched her clutch bag, and a pair of chunky gold earrings finished off her look.
Zara, Mike and their daughters were followed by Princess Beatrice and her husband, Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi, Zara's brother, Peter Phillips, and their cousin, Prince William, who walked along with his son, second-in-line to the throne, Prince George, nine.
Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, also attended the royal event, with little Louis making his first appearance at the Easter Sunday event.
Pregnant Princess Eugenie also attended the Easter Service, and she was glowing as she showed off her blossoming baby bump in a floral dress.
The 33 year old arrived to the castle hand-in-hand with her husband of just over four years, Jack Brooksbank, with whom she shares son August, two.
The granddaughter of the late Queen looked stunning in a printed floral midi dress that featured a split, as she donned a long cream coat over the top.
The service was no doubt particularly moving for the royal family, with the 15th century chapel being the late Queen’s final resting place and the Easter Sunday service the first to take place since her death.
Elizabeth II is buried in the church’s tiny King George VI Memorial Chapel, alongside Prince Philip, the late Duke of Edinburgh, and her parents, George VI and the Queen Mother, with their four names inscribed on a new black stone slab set in the floor.
Charles, as monarch, has succeeded his mother to become the Supreme Governor of the Church of England.
In less than a month’s time, he will be crowned alongside Camilla in a religious service in Westminster Abbey.
The historic event will see the royals come together once again in a show of unity as Charles is officially crowned King at the Coronation, eight months on from the death of his beloved mother, Queen Elizabeth.
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