It seems that the Easter Service formalities very not the most interesting for Princess Charlotte, as the young royal seemed to quickly lose interest.
Fans got to see the Cambridge family come out for the Easter Service, with the notable exception of the youngest, Prince Louis. And as always the children were in the spotlight.
Princess Charlotte seemed a bit bored as she was aimlessly staring at the floor as her mother greeted a Reverend. Her brother Prince George and dad Prince William looked more engaged as the greetings were made.
And yet it was still enough to catch the hearts of fans, who took to Twitter to praise the young princess for her looks and bubbly personality.
Patricia Hogson said: “Charlotte has the Queen’s lovely cheeks and smile… beautiful children and very nicely dressed…love traditional clothes.”
This is the second public appearance for both Prince George and Princess Charlotte in these couple of weeks, as the two were also present for the memorial service dedicated to their late great-grandfather, Prince Philip.
For the Easter service, Charlotte wore a cute floral spring dress paired with a neat navy cardigan, while her older brother Prince George wore a navy suit, looking much like his father.
The girls were also matching, as Kate wore the same colours as her daughter, combining a pastel blue coat with a darker shaded hat.
The Queen, who reportedly has been suffering from mobility issues, was absent from the service, which is a staple in the royal calendar.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who went to Thursday’s Royal Maundy service at the same chapel in the Queen’s place, we’re also not in attendance for the Easter Sunday service.
The last time the monarch made a public appearance was at the service at Westminster Abbey commemorating the life of the Duke of Edinburgh, which saw many other royal family members and other important people from all over the world gather there and pay their respects to the late royal. Besides that, the Queen has predominantly been doing virtual events and meetings connected with her duties as head of state.
The monarch, who will be celebrating her 96th birthday this Thursday, reached her Platinum Jubilee in February and overcame a bout of Covid after testing positive the same month.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also took to Twitter to celebrate the Easter event.
The royal couple shared a photograph of Kensington Palace headed paper that had: “Happy Easter” written in stunning calligraphy on both their official Twitter and Instagram accounts.
On Twitter the photo was accompanied by the following caption: “Wishing a Happy Easter to all our followers!”-signed off by both Prince William and Kate.
Hundreds of fans commented on the royal’s post on both social media platforms, with one fan writing: “Wishing you all a very Happy Easter too! Hope there is plenty of Easter eggs and Easter fun in the Cambridge household today!”
A second wrote: “Here’s wishing you all the happiest of times over Easter, thank you all so much for being our rays of sunshine in these dark times.
“We are extremely proud of you & all that you do you just make the world a better kinder place.”