Queen Elizabeth II, royal family attend Easter service

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She also explained why the baby will be born a commoner.

The Queen, who was wearing a magenta peacoat and matching hat over a spring floral dress, arrived without her 96-year-old husband Prince Phillip. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are due to marry at Windsor Castle on May 19 were also not in attendance.

Zara Tindall and the Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen and members of The Royal Family in Windsor this morning for the Easter Day church service despite being heavily pregnant.

Despite being eight months' pregnant, the Duchess has yet to park her favourite heels and finished the look with a pair of towering camarel-hued shoes.

Despite covering up in a black coat and brown hat, it could clearly be seen she had bloomed during maternity leave, despite just days away from the public eye.

Now that the Duchess of Cambridge is officially on maternity leave ahead of her April due date, the countdown has begun for the debut of their tiny tyke, and the rails outside of St. Mary's hospital have already been freshly painted in anticipation of Middleton's delivery. And when it comes to instilling good values and morals in Prince George and Princess Charlotte, they don't mess around.

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And while many were anticipating to see the two adorable children, it has been revealed that they don't always attend Easter service with the Queen. However, Kate is not sitting at home and suddenly appeared at the Easter service at St George's chapel.

Apparently, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose to celebrate the bank holiday in private and take a break from their hectic schedule.

"The Queen asked: 'Have you had lots of Easter eggs?'" Deborah Carleston, the mother of Madeline, recounts to People. He has retired from public duties recently.

Other guests at the service included Prince Andrew and his daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, as well as William's uncle Prince Edward, his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James Viscount Severn.

After the Easter service, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out of the chapel right behind the Queen.

Zara, who is married to former England rugby captain Mike Tindall, announced her pregnancy in January and is expected to give birth to her second child during the summer.

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