She's beauty and she's grace! Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were all smiles when they attended the opening ceremony of the sixth session of the Senedd in the U.K. on Thursday, October 14.
Scroll through the photos below to see the family's outing!
The 95-year-old, who wore a bright pink jacket and matching hat, looked like she was having a great time!
The monarch stepped out with a cane earlier this week — the first time she brought one in 17 years.
A source told Page Six that the Queen used the tool "for her comfort."
Camilla donned a red dress and hat, while her husband kept it simple with a striped blue suit.
"The Queen, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall attended the Opening of Welsh Parliament, @seneddwales, this morning. Her Majesty and Their Royal Highnesses met the First Minister and Welsh party leaders before The Queen addressed Members of Welsh Parliament in the Senedd," a caption read via Instagram.
"In her address Her Majesty said, 'The Welsh people have much to be proud of and over the next five years, I am sure you will continue to be inspired by their indomitable spirit, as you represent the interests of Wales and its people…'"
"The Queen also met a number of Covid Champions, who have supported their communities throughout the pandemic. Her Majesty said, 'They are shining examples of the spirit for which the Welsh people are so renowned, that I have personally encountered so many times,'" a message read.
Prince Charles is still taking COVID seriously, as he wore a face mask.
Of course, people loved the Queen's outfit.
One person wrote, "Pretty in pink, sweet lady, Our Queen .🌷🌷🌿🌿," while another added, "So girly your majesty and so beautiful 👏👏💖💖💖."
A third user added, "Her Majesty looking lovely as usual!"
"This morning, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall accompanied Her Majesty The Queen to the Opening Ceremony of the 6th Session of the Senedd in Cardiff. 🏴," a note read on Clarence House's Instagram page. "Greeted by a 21-gun salute, Her Majesty and Their Royal Highnesses proceeded through the Neuadd, where they had the opportunity to thank local dignitaries and those who have supported their communities during the pandemic.⬅️🎶 During the ceremony, @wnotweet performed Ar lan y mor — their first live performance together since early 2020! His Royal Highness has been Patron of Welsh National Opera since 1997 and has ties with the Company dating back to his Investiture as Prince of Wales in 1969."