Back in fine form! On December 8, Queen Elizabeth eased everyone's worries when she appeared at Windsor Castle to award concert organist Thomas Trotter with the Queen's Medal for Music.
The monarch, who has suffered a few health setbacks over the past couple of months, flashed her signature smile while giving Trotter the coveted award.
"I am deeply honoured to be awarded The Queen’s Medal for Music for 2020," Trotter said of the special day, according to The Express. "To have my work recognised in this way is totally unexpected and highly gratifying, and it is a privilege to join the list of distinguished recipients of this award."
The mother-of-four wore a light blue dress, black shoes and a pearl necklace for the occasion.
It was just last month when the monarch was forced to cancel a few appearances, as she had sprained her back, and in October, she was briefly hospitalized and followed doctors orders to rest.
However, her son Prince Charles reassured the public that she wasn't seriously ill.
"Once you get to 95, it's not quite as easy as it used to be," he noted.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson also shared encouraging words about the Queen.
"I just want to say that I know everybody will be wanting to offer their best wishes to Her Majesty. I just wanted to reassure everybody that I did see the Queen for an audience at Windsor on Wednesday and she's very well," he revealed. "It shouldn't need saying, but I wanted to say so anyway."
Now that she's back in good health, the Queen is likely to stick to tradition and host this year's Christmas festivities.
"The Queen is totally committed to hosting everyone as she hopes to make it back to full health in the coming weeks," an insider told The Mirror. "Her Majesty is resting under doctors’ orders with the intention of being able to fully enjoy the company of her extended family over the holiday period."