Princess Anne and her mother, Queen Elizabeth, sported brightly-colored outfits while attending a Service of Thanksgiving to mark the Centenary of the Royal British Legion, which took place on Tuesday, October 12, in the U.K.
The 95-year-old looked chipper during her outing, and she even used a cane, which sparked some concern.
However, a source told Page Six that the Queen used the tool "for her comfort."
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Princess Anne donned a purple jacket, which she paired with a black purse and leather gloves, while her mother wore a long, blue coat and added some dark gloves and a black purse.
The Queen took a moment to stop and chat with some of the people at Westminster Abbey.
"The Queen, accompanied by The Princess Royal, attended a special service at Westminster Abbey this morning to mark the centenary year of @royalbritishlegion," a message read on The Royal Family's Instagram account.
"Today’s #RBL100 service highlighted the enduring legacy of the RBL, the UK’s biggest Armed Forces Charity, as well as a looking towards it’s next 100 years," the caption read.
"Her Majesty and Her Royal Highness were joined by serving personnel, veterans and volunteers at Westminster Abbey," the note said. "At today’s service, readings were given by members of the Armed Forces community, including The Princess Royal. As Head of the Armed Forces, The Queen plays an important role in honouring the work of the Armed Forces. The Royal Family lead national remembrance commemorations, celebrate military achievement, and provide support for military charities."
Of course, people loved seeing the Queen out and about. One person wrote, "Always a pleasure see Her Majesty!! She is inspiration to all of us! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻," while another added, "I am in awe at the Queen’s devotion, resiliency & she is definitely the epitome of elegance & decorum. 👏👏👏."
A third user added, "Her Majesty is stunning in blue. 💙."