Members of the Royal Family were led by the Queen at the traditional Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle.
A crowd of well-wishers gathered outside St George's Chapel to see the royals as they arrived for the Mattins service on a cold March morning.
The Queen, who was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh, wore a long pink coat and matching hat accessorised by a flower.
Princess Eugenie wore a cream dress and hat with a black coat, while her sister, Princess Beatrice, wore a turquoise dress and coat, with a yellow hat. Their father, the Duke of York, was also at the service. The Earl and Countess of Wessex arrived with their daughter, Lady Louise Windsor. Sophie wore a blue suit and a peacock feather hat.
Hymns sung during the hour-long service, conducted by Dean of Windsor, the Right Reverend David Conner, included A Brighter Dawn Is Breaking and Jesus Christ Is Risen Today.
The Queen was presented with posies of flowers by children as she left the chapel.
Five-year-old twins Holly and Poppy Alden were chosen as their father, Ben, sings in the chapel's choir.
"I said 'happy Easter Your Majesty' and did a curtsey," Poppy said. Her mother, Francesca, added: "It's something special for us and for the children. It will be a memory that they'll keep."
Daniel Phillips, seven, travelled to Windsor from Cornwall with his brother and their parents. He said: "I gave her my flowers and she said 'thank you very much'. I was nervous because she's the Queen."
After the service, the Queen and Prince Philip smiled towards the crowd of well-wishers as they left by car.