Photographer: David M Whitecross | Date: 12th April 2017
Traditionally Her Majesty The Queen spends one month at Windsor Castle over the Easter period.
Known as Easter Court Her Majesty conducts all her business from Windsor Castle, where she normally only resides at weekends.
During Easter Court, the New Guard march all the way up to the top of the hill and enter the Castle through St George's Gate's where visitors can watch the Windsor Castle Guard Mount on the lawn of the Upper Ward.
These pictures feature the 1st Battalion Irish Guards and Band of the Scots Guards.
As David is in Windsor for most Guard Mounts we look forward to bringing you lots more of his pictures, both on our website and on the social media channels below.
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