The Queen and members of The Royal Family descended to Windsor Castle on Saturday to attend the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston.
The 93-year-old monarch arrived at St George’s Chapel by car wearing a coral pink outfit to see her relative tie the knot. The bride’s father, Prince Michael of Kent, is The Queen’s cousin, making Lady Gabriella her first cousin once removed.
Also present at the chapel was the Duke of Sussex, who became a father to baby Archie just under two weeks ago.
The Duchess of Sussex and Archie unsurprisingly remained in the warm indoors of Frogmore Cottage and did not attend the service.
Prince Harry arrived at the chapel alongside Sophie Winkleman, Prince & Princess Michael’s daughter-in-law.
Some of the other guests to attend the service included the Duke of Edinburgh, the Princess Royal, Sir Tim Laurence and the Earl of Wessex.
After the service concluded, the couple and their guests headed to Frogmore House for the wedding reception.
The service was conducted by the Dean of Windsor in the chapel which also hosted the weddings of the Duke & Duchess of Sussex and Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank.
Lady Gabriella and Mr Kingston became engaged in 2018 during a visit to the Channel Island of Sark.
This was the third royal wedding in Windsor within the past year. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex married last May, while Princess Eugenie married Mr Jack Brooksbank back in October.