Britain's Queen Elizabeth, her husband, Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh, their children, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, Princess Anne, the Princess Royal and Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, attended Easter Sunday church service at St. George's Chapel near Windsor Castle. They were joined by the Countess of Wessex, Tim Laurence (husband of the Princess Royal), Princess Eugenie of York and Lady Louise Windsor.
The Queen looked elegant wearing a purple and green dress with matching hat while Princess Eugenie was stunning in her gorgeous dress -- a creamy ivory coat and navy blue dress with navy pillbox hat and nude patent shoes. The Queen was beaming with pride and was all smile as she stepped out the church with the Duke of Edinburgh and their children and grandchildren. She went ahead to the well-wishers and collected flowers.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were conspicuously absent while Prince Harry was reportedly spent Easter in Transylvania. His brother, Prince William and Kate Middleton spent Easter on a skiing holiday with the rest of the Middleton family.
Up way west, to another Kingdom, Elizabeth and Philip's third cousins, King Juan Carlos of Spain and his wife, Queen Sofia, their children, Prince Felipe and Infanta Elean, Felipe's wife, Letezia and their two daughters, Infanta Sofia and Infanta Eleanor, attended Easter Sunday mass at the church in Palma de Mallorca.
The Spanish royal family members suffered tragedies recently. The King undergone a hip replacement surgery after tripping on stairs and endured a fractured bones while on an Elephant hunting trip in Botswana. Infanta's Elena's son, Felipe Juan Froilan, was reportedly shot himself on the foot with a shotgun accidentally while on a practice shooting. The 14-year-old boy is already out of danger after being treated in the hospital in Madrid.