Sophie Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise Windsor flaunted seasonal style in bright floral gowns as they took to Windsor’s annual Easter Sunday service today.
The Countess, 57, looked effortlessly chic in a £765 Soler London gown as she joined daughter Louise, 18, son James, Viscount Severn, 14, and her husband Prince Edward at St George’s Chapel.
In keeping with her mother’s spring theme, Lady Louise opted for a trendy Hush pink midi dress, which she paired with a cream headpiece and matching suede pumps.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex were among the senior members of the royal family who attended the event. The Queen, who had mobility problems, did not attend the service.
Sophie Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise Windsor were the epitome of style in bright floral dresses as they took to Windsor’s annual Easter Sunday service today.
The Countess wore an elegant £765 Soler London gown as she joined daughter Louise, 18, son James, 14, the Viscount Severn and her husband Prince Edward at St George’s Chapel.
Sophie, 57, redesigned a peasant style dress from the British fashion house with a bold print, frilled neckline, long raglan sleeves and an elasticated waist with a matching belt.
She was last seen wearing the dress in March at a Women in Finance Next Generation dinner during a four-day visit to New York.
The royal completed her look with a blue Ginny clutch from Italian designer Sophie Habsburg, a favorite of Sophie.
The Countess completed the look with a floral blue enchantress by Jane Taylor, another favorite of the royal family, who also designed the headband the Duchess of Cambridge wore to service.
In keeping with her mother’s spring theme, Lady Louise opted for a fashionable Hush pink midi dress, which she paired with a cream headpiece and matching suede heels.
Sophie, 57, redesigned a peasant-style dress from British fashion house Soler London. The Queen paired her look with a blue Ginny clutch by Italian designer Sophie Habsburg, a favorite of Sophie’s.
The Countess of Wessex and Lady Louise Windsor wore stunning, colorful dresses as they attended Windsor’s annual Easter Sunday service today.
Sophie’s blonde locks were elegantly tucked behind her ears, and she opted for bronzed makeup with a touch of pink blush and subtle highlights.
Meanwhile, Lady Louise donned a long-sleeved, pink, V-neck floral dress that she paired with a black sash and gold pendant.
Considered by many to be the Queen’s favorite, Sophie was among the members of the royal family representing Her Majesty in her service.
Her Majesty cut back on public duties at the direction of doctors after spending a night in the hospital in October and also suffered a bout of COVID-19 in February.
The 95-year-old monarchy has scaled back her public duties on doctors’ orders after spending a night in the hospital in October and also suffered a bout of COVID-19 in February.
Sophie joined daughter Louise, 18, son James, Viscount Severn, 14, and her husband Prince Edward at St George’s Chapel for the annual Sunday service in Windsor.
The Countess of Wessex and Lady Louise Windsor were seen chatting together in the sun after leaving Windsor’s annual Easter Sunday service.
She attended a memorial service for her late husband Prince Philip last month and continues to meet virtually with diplomats and politicians.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, who represented the Queen at the Royal Clean Service on Thursday in the same chapel, also did not attend the Easter Sunday service.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the oldest members of the royal family in attendance and were accompanied by two of their three children: Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, six.
The family appeared to be coordinating their looks for Easter matins, all dressed in shades of blue. The couple’s youngest child, three-year-old Prince Louis, was not present.
‘I was heartbroken by the suffering of innocent victims of conflict or persecution’: Prince Charles delivers emotional Easter speech
This year, I have the great honor of representing Her Majesty the Queen at Maundy Thursday, when Christians remember that humility and sacrifice are at the core of our faith.
At the service he attended with my mother so many times over the years, my father, the Duke of Edinburgh, always read the gospel, which tells how on the night of the Last Supper Jesus knelt before his disciples and washed them. travel-weary legs.
Our Lord told them that he was doing this to show them how to care for and serve each other. This message they never forgot, and it is as difficult today as it was then.
Today, millions of people are displaced, weary of traveling from troubled places, wounded by the past, terrified by the future – and in need of welcome, rest and kindness.
In recent years, my heart has been broken by the suffering of innocent victims of conflict or persecution, some of whom I have met who have told me stories of unspeakable tragedy when they were forced to flee their country and seek asylum. far from home.
But amid all this sadness and inhumanity, it was deeply touching to see how many people were willing to open their homes to those in need, and how they offered their time and their resources to help those who faced such heartbreaking grief and hardship.
This Easter, as always, reminds us of our Lord’s eternal example of kindness in the face of suffering, courage in the face of fear, faith in the face of despair. His light triumphed in that dark time. I pray with all my heart that his inspirational example will help all of us to dispel the darkness of the world…
– HRH The Prince of Wales on Easter Sunday 2022