Queen Elizabeth is out and about! On Sunday, October 10, the 95-year-old was spotted being driven to The Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park — the first time she has attended her regular church service since the beginning of the pandemic.
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A little cat nap! The Queen, who wore a maroon hat and matching jacket, was seen in the back of the car closing her eyes for a moment.
The Queen was on the move this week, as she returned from her Balmoral estate.
On October 7, she wore a bright outfit when she attended the Queen's Baton Relay.
"The Queen signing her message to the Commonwealth, which will be read at the Opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham next year," a post via Instagram read. "Today, the message was placed inside The Queen’s Baton before it began its journey to Birmingham via 72 Commonwealth territories and nations, connecting communities over 90,000 miles.🏃🏽♀️Paralympian Kadeena Cox left Buckingham Palace as the first Baton bearer of the 294 day relay. 👑Her Majesty is Head of the Commonwealth, as well as Patron of the Commonwealth Games Federation."
"Today she was accompanied by The Earl of Wessex, who is Vice Patron. 🌎At the closing ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, His Royal Highness said, 'Every four years these Games bring the spirit of our Commonwealth alive... So I call sportsmen and women from all countries and territories of the Commonwealth to come together in four years’ time in Birmingham, England,'" the message continued.
Of course, people loved seeing Her Majesty attending to royal duties again.
One person wrote, "Long live the queen 👑," while another added, "love her and her smile 😊."
A third user added, "She's so beautiful and strong👏👏."
The Queen will also attend the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP26 during the first week of November in Scotland.
Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Kate Middleton and Prince William will also be there.