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Dressed in their Sunday best! The greatest Easter outfits worn by royals through the years, from Princess Diana to the Queen

The ladies go all out for the special occasion.

By Jess Pullar
Whether they're spending Christmas at Sandringham, marking Trooping the Colour at Buckingham Palace or watching racing fanfare at Royal Ascot, the royals know how to be consistent when it comes to their annual traditions.
And the Easter Mattins Service at Windsor Castle is up there with the best of them when the religious occasion rolls around each year.
As with any royal event, it offers up a glorious spectacle of fashion, with members of the monarchy donning their Sunday best for the formal service - quite literally.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge broke tradition in 2014 when they celebrated Easter in Australia. (Image: Getty)
With the event held on Easter Sunday each year, the family no doubt look forward to gathering together and catching up with their nearest and dearest.
For the last two years things have looked a little different for the royals, due to on and off lockdowns in the UK while the COVID-19 pandemic was at its worst.
But things are looking up in 2022, with most royals returning to face-to-face engagements and royal tours and plenty of hints that the Easter service will be going ahead this year.
In honour of the royal return to Easter fanfare, we're reminiscing on some of their best Easter fashion statements in years gone by.

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