Eugenie of York, Zara Tindall, Prince Edward… The Windsor clan sans the Queen for Easter Mass

It’s a tradition Queen Elizabeth II is very attached to. However, the 95-year-old sovereign had to take her turn for this year 2022 to attend the event. Well surrounded by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Elizabeth II could count on the whole family to represent her. Among the members of the clan who attended the fair were Kate Middleton, Prince William and two of their children, Charlotte, charming in a floral dress, and George, in a suit and tie modeled after his father. The Cambridges aren’t the only ones to have made the trip to Windsor.

Prince Edward arrived with his wife Sophie of Wessex and their two children, Louise and James, all closely followed by Eugenie of York, accompanied by Peter Phillips, the Queen’s eldest grandchild, and their daughters Isla and Savannah. Her aunt Zara Phillips was also there with her husband, former England rugby player Mike Tindall, and their eldest daughter Mia.

No sign of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Sneaking through London to greet Queen Elizabeth II and engage in a tense discussion with Prince Charles, Archie and Lilibet’s parents flew to the Netherlands for the launch of the Invictus games. Far from royal life and the obligations it imposes on its members, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have officially launched the competition so dear to the Duke of Sussex by offering the public a tender kiss.

On the other hand, will the couple go to Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee? Their presence has not been confirmed but it seems this new anniversary is once again without the Sussexes. Not only will little Lilibet blow out her first candle on June 4, in the midst of the Queen’s 70th Jubilee celebrations, but the responsibility Prince Harry has demanded for her safety when they come into British territory has still not been granted. Follow her desire to leave the monarchy…

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