Queen To Attend Easter Sunday Service At Windsor Castle
The Queen will be joined by members of the Royal Family for a traditional Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle today.
The Matins service will be held at St George's Chapel, conducted by the Dean of Windsor, the Right Rev David Conner.
Well-wishers are expected to gather at Windsor to catch a glimpse of the Queen as she makes the short journey to the chapel, joined by the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Prince of Wales does not usually attend the service, and it is not thought that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend.
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Few events in the political calendar underline quite so graphically the power of the government and the impotence of the opposition as much as the Queen's speech. Backed by all the pomp and finery the British state can muster, the Gracious Address, to give it its proper title, affords the government the opportunity to draw a line under past difficulties, and turn a somewhat dry recitation of its legislative programme into a demonstration of its political priorities. The shadow cabinet should seize on this year's Queen's speech to provide its own 'shadow Queen's speech' as a way of demonstrating how Britain could be different under Labour.
Filed by Chris Wimpress