Princess Charlotte proved that she's always there for her younger brother as she kept a sweet eye on Prince Louis as he attended his first Easter Sunday service.
The seven year old looked adorable as she walked from Windsor Castle to St George's Chapel on Sunday morning alongside her parents Prince William and Kate Middleton and brothers Prince George, 9 and Prince Louis, 4.
The Easter Sunday service was held at the 15th-century chapel in Berkshire and was the first time the youngest child of the Prince and Princess of Wales was in attendance, while Charlotte made her debut last year.
As the family of five who were all dressed in blue tones walked together Charlotte could be seen keeping a sweet watchful eye on her younger sibling, Louis who was a few steps behind her.
This was likely due to Louis's adorable antics during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee last year when he pulled funny faces while watching the RAF flypast on the balcony at Buckingham Palace and appeared restless as the royals attended the Platinum Pageant on The Mall.
While looking out for her brother, Charlotte wore a blue flowers dress with a navy coat, blue tights and smart black shoes while mum Kate matched in an electric blue coat dress, a hat by Lock and Co and a clutch bag paired with nude heels.
The brothers were smartly dressed in navy blue suit jackets, George in trousers and Louis in shorts – a tradition the Royal family hold for the youngest, while William also matched in a navy blue suit and tie.
Charlotte walked hand in hand with her dad while Louis held his mum's hand with the eldest and third in line to the throne, George walking in front.
While it was Louis's first appearance with the family on Easter Sunday, George and Charlotte appeared together last year as they walked hand in hand with their parents to St George's Chapel – the first time for the young princess.
Louis, who is turning five later this month, missed the event as he was thought to have been deemed too young by his parents to attend the service.
George and Charlotte have marked several firsts together over the past few years being closer in age.
Back in December 2019, they appeared together at the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.
Last year in June during the midst of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations the two young royals took part in their first official visit to Cardiff.
The Easter Sunday service, which is a staple in the royal calendar, is the first holiday the Wales family have celebrated since they moved into Adelaide Cottage – located just a few just minutes away from Windsor Castle and the chapel.
More poignantly it also marked the first Easter Sunday since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September 2022.
The late monarch was buried last year alongside King George VI, the Queen Mother and Prince Philip in the small King George VI Memorial Chapel – within the walls of St George's Chapel.
Despite her young age, Charlotte attended her great-grandmother's funeral and committal service in September alongside her older brother.
Although Charlotte and George did not attend the funeral service for their great-grandfather Prince Philip who died on April 9 in 2021.
King Charles and Queen Camilla who will be crowned this year on May 6 at Westminster Abbey, led the family for the Easter service as they walked in front of relatives to the chapel.
Other members of the Royal family who were in attendance included Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice with their husbands, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne, the Tindall family and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh.
Their daughter, Lady Louise, who is studying English at St Andrews University in Scotland, was not with them. However, Edward and Sophie were accompanied by their teenage son, James.
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