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Cocoa couture: The greatest Easter outfits worn by royals over the years

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By Jess Pullar
Like when they're at Christmas at Sandringham, Trooping the Colour at Buckingham Palace and racing fanfare at Royal Ascot, the royals know how to be consistent when it comes to their annual traditions.
And the Easter Matins Service at Windsor Castle is up there with the best of them each time the religious occasion rolls around each year.
As with any royal event, the event offers up a glorious spectacle in the fashion sphere, with members of the regal Firm donning their Sunday best for the formal service - quite literally.
With the event held on Easter Sunday each year, the family no doubt look forward to gathering together and catching up when it rolls around on the royal calendar.
Only this year, things are looking a little different for Britain's most elite family.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, they'll be forgoing the event and remaining in lockdown in their own homes as the nation - and the world - continue to fight the rapid spread of the illness.
So instead of lamenting the lack of royal Easter fanfare in 2020, we decided to celebrate the goods they've delivered in years gone by.
Keep scrolling as we look at the best royal Easter fashion moments from over the years.
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