THE QUEEN MAKES FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE AS SHE ATTENDS CHURCH AT SANDRINGHAM WITH PRINCE PHILIP
THE Queen made her first public appearance in five weeks yesterday as she attends church service — royal fans waiting to catch a glimpse of her were told she was “very well”.
Queen Elizabeth pictured arriving to attend the morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham
The Queen, pictured dressed in royal blue with her legs wrapped in a matching blanket, was driven to the church with Prince Philip in her maroon Bentley. She was last seen in public on December 1 during a visit to Goodenough College, central London.
The queen was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh, 95, as well as Wills and Kate, who had a weekend family party ahead of her 35th birthday today.
Asked by well-wishers how the Queen was feeling, Kate said after the hour-long service: “Very well, thank you.”
Her parents Mike and Carole, brother James, sister Pippa and her fiancé James Matthews joined the royals at St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk.
THE Queen made her first public appearance in five weeks yesterday — delighting royal fans who were told she was “very well”.
Her Majesty, 90, attended church at Sandringham after shaking off the heavy cold which kept her in over Christmas.
Queen Elizabeth arriving to attend the morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham
Sources suggested she had a persistent “hacking cough” and did not want to disturb other worshippers.
The Queen was joined by her husband the Duke of Edinburgh for the service