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Princess Eugenie Returns to the Place She Got Married For Royal Maundy Service With the Queen

The royal family starts the Easter festivities! On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II was accompanied by granddaughter Princess Eugenie for the Royal Maundy service in St. George’s Chapel, the same place where Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank tied the knot in October 2018. In honor of the Queen’s 93rd birthday on April 21, they issued coins to 93 men and 93 women during the service as part of the 13th-century tradition.

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Queen Elizabeth and Eugenie appeared cheerfully when they were holding bouquets of flowers and posing outside the chapel. While the monarch looked cheerful and cheerful in a yellow jacket and hat, Eugenie recycled her floral Erdem Bernette dress, which she wore during the Royal Ascot last year. See more of the sweet outing of the royal family together ahead!

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