Attending Easter Sunday services with the Queen at Windsor Castle, the Countess of Wessex put her effortlessly elegant aesthetic on display in a beige coat, brown pumps and a darling percher hat swathed in feathers and topped with dark plumes. Lady Louise, 11, was by her mother’s side looking the picture of spring in a floral dress and powder-pink coat.
Princess Beatrice of York also arrived with the Countess, alongside Autumn Phillips. The Princess looked chic in a blue paisley dress, keeping out the morning chill with a tailored navy blue jacket. She completed the look with a pair of blue shoes and gloves, as well as a pale blue hat with feather detailing.
The 26-year-old was not the only royal to wow in blue. The Queen herself showed off her elegant style credentials in a powder blue coat and matching hat as she arrived for the service. She accessorised with black gloves and a black leather handbag, completing her ensemble with black shoes featuring a gold buckle detail.
Elsewhere in the world, Princess Mary of Denmark was the epitome of elegance as she attended a memorial to mark 75 years since the occupation of Aabenraa during World War II. The mother-of-four showcased her style credentials in a black coat dress. She accessorised with a pair of grey suede shoes and gloves, and recycled a hat she had previously worn in October 2012 for the wedding of Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg.
Meanwhile, her sister-in-law Princess Marie of Denmark dazzled in a pale pink floor-length gown with sequinned detail as she joined her family to celebrate the birthday of Queen Margrethe II. The stylish royal turned heads in the pretty gown as she attended a glamorous concert in the coastal city of Aarhus.