The royals have been here there and everywhere this week, so instead of making you chase around to four different seeds, I'm condensing into one EZ-click royal digest today. (I'm clever like that.)
Off we go!
The pair spent long six weeks apart, missing their first Valentine's Day as a married couple while the Prince was flying a helicopter for the RAF in the Falklands.
But it looks as though Prince William has more than made up for his absence to the Duchess of Cambridge, as the pair were reunited with a much-needed holiday in the renowned Trois Vallees ski resort.
The couple took to the slopes accompanied by Kate's mother and father Carole and Michael, and her brother James and sister Pippa.
The trip was reportedly a treat from Kate's parents, as the Royal couple's budget for trips is 'quite small', according to a source.
Pippa was accompanied by romantic interest Earl Percy.
It was an occasion for joyous remembrance, not sadness, yesterday as members of the Royal Family recalled the remarkable lives of the late Queen Mother and her daughter, Princess Margaret.
A service at Windsor Castle, organised by the Queen, saw glowing tributes paid to the royal women, who died within weeks of each other ten years ago.
The event turned into even more of a celebration as the royal family gathered, when Princess Anne announced that her son, Peter Phillips, and his wife, Autumn, had just been safely delivered of a baby girl.
Princess Eugenie and Lady Louise stepped out with their grandmother the Queen today for the traditional Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle.
The Duke of York's daughter, 22, accompanied the monarch and the Duke of Edinburgh to the Mattins service at St George's Chapel - along with Prince Edward's eight-year-old daughter.
The Queen wore a lilac, green and white Stewart Parvin silk dress with a lilac crepe coat and a matching hat by Philip Somerville, while Eugenie wore a navy dress, cream coat and small navy hat.
Her little blonde-haired cousin looked angelic in a blue skirt and checked jacket and posed with a posy of flowers.
The Duchess of Cornwall couldn’t resist tickling an adorable piglet on a trip to an ‘inspirational’ farm today – but was warned not to get too attached.
Camilla was told the week-old was destined to be turned into sausages in six months’ time.
‘Oh dear, well make the most of it,’ she said to the animal. ‘I know you will be well looked after, at least.’
Well, rounding up all the royal doings was exhausting (and frightening, as you can see by the accompanying pic of Sophie's latest hat).
Kindly help me out on Princess Anne's Easter outfit.
I got nothin', it's that....