The Prince and Princess of Wales attended the Easter service at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, where they wore shades of blue and matched with all three of their kids. In photos of the family walking to the service, we noticed that Prince William and Princess Catherine took turns holding the hands of Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4. However, Prince George confidently walked on his own.
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In another instance of Prince George demonstrating his maturity, other photos saw him leading the way as the family took turns shaking the hand of the pastor.
Last year, Prince George and Princess Catherine attended the service with their parents, however their youngest brother was not in attendance. This year, Prince Louis made his first appearance.
This is the first Easter service the royal family has attended since Queen Elizabeth II's passing in September 2022. This is also the first time Prince William and Princess Catherine have attended the service since becoming the Prince and Princess of Wales.
It's already been an exciting weekend for Prince George, who made a surprise trip to the Aston Villa v. Nottingham Forest soccer match with his dad last night. The two were seen cheering and mirroring each other's reactions in the stands.
We always love seeing this family together.
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