She's back on her feet! Queen Elizabeth seemed to be in good spirits on Wednesday, November 24 — just a few days after she was spotted leaving Windsor Castle to celebrate two of her great-grandsons' christenings.
"The Queen today received Mr. Andrew Bailey, Governor of the Bank of England, for an Audience at Windsor Castle," a caption read via The Royal Family's Twitter account. "As Head of State, Her Majesty regularly meets notable diplomatic, religious, military and political figures."
In the photo, the 95-year-old — who is grinning ear to ear — wore a black and green patterned dress and a pearl necklace.
People were thrilled to see the Queen on the mend. One person wrote, "She looks well. Wishing her continued good health," while another added, "I hope HM will be able to travel to Sandringham for her Winter break soon. It has been an awful year for her and she needs some peace."
In October, the Queen was hospitalized for one night, and as a result, doctors advised her to stay put and rest. She then opted out of several engagements in the past few weeks, but on November 14, she was supposed to attend a ceremony. However, she pulled out last minute.
A few days later, she hosted two meetings.
"Today The Queen held a virtual Audience with His Excellency Mr. Nguyen Hoang Long, Ambassador from Vietnam," a caption read via The Royal Family's Twitter page on November 18. "There are more than 170 Ambassadors and High Commissions based in London. Each have an Audience of The Queen after taking up their role."
The day before, she met with General Sir Nick Carter.
On November 21, she was adamant on attending her family's latest shindig.
“It’s set to be a heartwarming family occasion and a time of great celebration after what has been some challenging times for certain royals of late, including the Queen herself,” the insider shared.