Beatrice and Eugenie lead the family firm to church for Easter Day at Windsor

Granny's glamorous girls: Beatrice and Eugenie lead the family firm to church for Easter Day at Windsor By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 11:47 GMT, 31 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:22 GMT, 31 March 2013 Three of the Queen's grandchildren stepped out in style this morning with their grandmother for the traditional Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle. The Duke of York's daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, accompanied the monarch to the Easter Matins service at St George's Chapel – along with Prince Edward's nine-year-old daughter Louise.

Queen misses Sunday service at church on Sandringham estate as she suffers from a cold but other Royals are out if force

Philip goes solo: Queen misses church after catching a cold as Royals descend on Sandringham for Christmas celebrations The monarch missed the service for the first time in living memoryOther members of the Royal Family were led to church by Prince PhilipSpokesman describes The Queen's illness as the 'tail end of a cold'Prince Andrew joined daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess EugeniePrince Edward, Sophie Wessex and Lady Louise Windsor also attended | UPDATED: 17:20 GMT, 23 December 2012 The Queen missed church today after being hit by a nasty bug, but insists she will be well enough to celebrate Christmas. The 86-year-old monarch has been laid low by a illness which a spokesman described yesterday as 'the tail end of a heavy cold'