How the Royal Family spent the day on the Queen’s 93rd birthday

While it looked to have been a happy day, some royal fans noticed a strange awkwardness between William and Harry which have sparked new rumours of another royal rift.

As is tradition, members of the royal family stepped out to attend a Sunday Service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle but there year it also coincided with another very special day – the Queen's birthday!
Queen Elizabeth, who turned 93, arrived wearing a fuchsia dress paired with a lovely light blue coat and matching dress, and was greeted by her family as she entered the chapel.
The Queen waves to the crowd as she arrives to the Easter service at St George's Chapel. (Image: Getty)
Prince William and Duchess Catherine were also in attendance – Kate wore a chic light blue Alexander McQueen outfit which she's worn before during a trip to Sydney in 2014.
Last year Kate made a surprise appearance at the Easter service as she was heavily pregnant with Prince Louis at the time.
Kate re-wore an Alexander McQueen outfit to the service, which she previously wore during a trip to Sydney in 2014. (Image: Getty)
Duchess Meghan, who is due to give birth any day now, wasn't in attendance, with Prince Harry heading out for the occasion solo.
Other members in attendance included Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne along with Princess Beatrice, Zara and Mike Tindall, who Kate and William had spent time with just last week, and Peter and Autumn Phillips.
Prince Harry leaving the Easter Sunday service followed by Mike Tindall. (Image: Getty)
Earlier that day both the Kensington Royal and Sussex Royal Instagram accounts dedicated birthday posts to the Queen with @KensingtonRoyal writing: "Wishing a very happy 93rd birthday to Her Majesty The Queen!"

And @SussexRoyal sharing a carososel of images writing: "Happy Birthday Your Majesty, Ma'am, Granny.
"Wishing you the most wonderful day! 🎈 Harry & Meghan."

But just when we thought the rumours that Kate and Meghan's "rift" had finally died out, there's a new royal rift that seems to be doing the rounds.
According to a report by People, William, 36, and Harry, 34, didn't speak a word to one another on their way in or out of the service, with Harry choosing to arrive with his cousin Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn instead.
Prince Harry chose to arrive with Peter and Autumn Phillips and seemed to intentionally avoid his older brother William. (Image: Getty)
The distance paints a stark contrast to previous occasions, where the two are often seen animatedly chatting and smiling.
People were quick to notice the frosty appearance between the brothers, in the midst of reports that Harry and Meghan are planning to move to Africa following the birth of Baby Sussex and rumours last year that relations were strained between the two brothers when Harry felt Prince William wasn't doing enough to welcome Meghan into the family.
An onlooker also told ET there was an "obvious distance between the two" on the day.
While William, Harry and Kate usually stand together at public occasions, it surprisingly wasn't the case this Easter. (Image: Getty)
And body language expert Judi James seemed to think these rumours were founded, telling Fabulous Online that Harry looked "desperate to avoid" Prince William.
"Harry, Kate and William had always been so well bonded but suddenly it was Harry looking serious and using body language cues to hint at some heightened levels of anxiety when he was with them."
A body language expert has revealed Harry looks noticeably uncomfortable around Prince William. (Images: Getty)
While it does seem incredibly odd that the brothers seemed to keep their distance from each other, it may just be the natural move away from each other as they both begin to find their separate footings which began with Harry and Meghan's move out of Kensington to Frogmore Cottage and with the creation of their own royal household.
Following Easter Prince William will be making his way down to New Zealand, arriving on April 25 to pay respects to the victims and the affected families of the Christchurch terror attacks.
The Prince will arrive in Auckland and attend an Anzac Day service, before making his way down to Christchurch to meet with survivors, affected families and the wider Muslim community along with the first responders on the day.