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Lady Sarah, who is the daughter of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, stepped out with her husband Daniel and their two sons at St. George’s Chapel alongside more senior royals including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The 57-year-old opted for a timeless gold-and-white pinstriped midi-skirt paired with a cream cardigan and matching hat, finishing off the look with several strings of pearls around her neck.
The mother-of-two was seen chatting with the Dean of Windsor alongside her son Arthur, who has won plenty of fans on social media in recent years thanks to his handsome looks and Royal Marine status.
The Queen’s great nephew donned a slate grey suit for the occasion, paired with a white shirt and polka dot tie.
Lady Sarah Chatto, 57, the daughter of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl Snowdon, was seen chatting with the Dean of Windsor and her son Arthur after attending church service at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle
The Queen’s great-nephew Samuel, 25, stepped out to attend the Easter service at St. George’s Chapel today
The Queen’s great-nephews Samuel, 25, and Arthur, 23, are both stars on Instagram, where they boast thousands of fans each.
Sarah’s oldest son Samuel is an artist who creates pottery from his home studio in West Sussex, while Arthur was reportedly accepted to train as an officer in the Royal Marines last year.
Lady Sarah Chatto was born in 1964 – the last royal baby born at a palace rather than a hospital – within weeks of cousins Prince Edward, Lady Helen Windsor and James Ogilvy.
The Queen has been described as a ‘surrogate mother’ to the siblings and is particularly close to Lady Sarah, who is understood to remind Her Majesty of her late sister.
Daniel Chatto appeared in high spirits after attending the annual Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle today
One royal insider previously revealed: ‘The Queen adores Sarah and seeks out her company as often as possible. She is her absolute favourite younger Royal.
‘They are hugely at ease in each other’s company. Much giggling can be heard when they are together. They share a sense of loyalty, fun, duty and the ridiculous.’
The Queen, who has been experiencing mobility problems, did not attend the service at St. George´s Chapel on the castle grounds, a fixture in the royals´ calendar.
Her Majesty cut back on public duties on her doctors´ orders since spending a night in hospital in October, and also had a bout of COVID-19 in February.
The 95-year-old monarch cut back on public duties on her doctors´ orders since spending a night in hospital in October, and also had a bout of COVID-19 in February.
Lady Sarah opted for a gold and white pinstriped midi-skirt paired with a cream cardigan and matching hat, finishing off the look with several strings of pearls around her neck
She attended a memorial service last month for her late husband Prince Philip, and has continued to meet virtually with diplomats and politicians.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, who represented the Queen at Thursday’s Royal Maundy service at the same chapel, were also not in attendance at the Easter Sunday service.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were the most senior members of the Royal Family to attend and were accompanied by two of their three children: Prince George, eight, and six-year-old Princess Charlotte.
The family appeared to co-ordinate their looks for the Easter Mattins Service, all wearing shades of blue. The couple’s youngest child, Prince Louis, three, did not attend.
Also in attendance were the Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, with his wife Sophie and their children, and Princess Eugenie, the daughter of Prince Andrew.