The Prince and Princess of Wales, along with their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, are set to attend the Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel in Windsor, according to a statement from Kensington Palace. This will mark the first time Prince Louis will be making an appearance at the church service.
Buckingham Palace also confirmed that Prince George will have a significant role to play as one of King Charles's Pages of Honour at his coronation on 6 May.
During their Easter holidays, Prince William and Princess Kate are taking a break from their royal duties to spend time with their children. While they typically spend their school holidays at their Norfolk abode, Anmer Hall, the family has also been known to travel abroad for ski breaks.
William and Kate are regular attendees at the Easter Sunday church service, and it is expected that they will be joined by William's cousins, including Zara Tindall and her husband Mike, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie, and Peter Phillips.
Last year, George and Charlotte attended the service for the first time, and this year they will once again be dressed in coordinating outfits. Zara and Mike were accompanied by their eldest child, Mia, while Peter was joined by his daughters, Savannah and Isla.
While the King and Queen have spent Easter at their Scottish residence, Birkhall, in the past, it is expected that they will host the royals in Windsor this year. The King will also distribute the Maundy money for the first time as monarch during the Royal Maundy Service at York Minster on Thursday, which Charles and Camilla will attend.
As the royal family enjoys their Easter break, fans will undoubtedly be looking forward to catching a glimpse of the family of five, especially Prince Louis as he makes his debut at the Easter Sunday service.