The week's best royal style: Prince Beatrice, the Countess of Wessex and more

The week's best royal style: Prince Beatrice, the Countess of Wessex and more

Attending Easter Sunday services with the Queen at Windsor Castle, the Countess of Wessex put her effortlessly elegant aesthetic on display in a beige coat, brown pumps and a darling percher hat swathed in feathers and topped with dark plumes. Lady Louise, 11, was by her mother’s side looking the picture of spring in a floral dress and powder-pink coat.

CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERYThe Countess of Wessex arriving for the Easter Sunday service

Princess Beatrice of York also arrived with the Countess, alongside Autumn Phillips. The Princess looked chic in a blue paisley dress, keeping out the morning chill with a tailored navy blue jacket. She completed the look with a pair of blue shoes and gloves, as well as a pale blue hat with feather detailing.

The 26-year-old was not the only royal to wow in blue. The Queen herself showed off her elegant style credentials in a powder blue coat and matching hat as she arrived for the service. She accessorised with black gloves and a black leather handbag, completing her ensemble with black shoes featuring a gold buckle detail.

Princess Mary of Denmark arriving at a World War II memorial

Elsewhere in the world, Princess Mary of Denmark was the epitome of elegance as she attended a memorial to mark 75 years since the occupation of Aabenraa during World War II. The mother-of-four showcased her style credentials in a black coat dress. She accessorised with a pair of grey suede shoes and gloves, and recycled a hat she had previously worn in October 2012 for the wedding of Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg.

Meanwhile, her sister-in-law Princess Marie of Denmark dazzled in a pale pink floor-length gown with sequinned detail as she joined her family to celebrate the birthday of Queen Margrethe II. The stylish royal turned heads in the pretty gown as she attended a glamorous concert in the coastal city of Aarhus.