The Queen and Prince Philip have been seen for the first time since Harry departed to Canada after Her Majesty was forced to pull out of the annual Women’s Institute visit while she recovered from a cold.
Her Majesty, 93, was pictured driving through the Sandringham Estate while Prince Philip, 98, who was seen not wearing a seat belt, accompanied his daughter Princess Anne as she drove through the Norfolk estate.
The Queen was unable to attend a WI meeting on Thursday, which she goes to every year at West Newton village hall as part of her winter stay at Sandringham, after catching a cold.
The Queen was pictured driving through the Sandringham Estate – two days after she was forced to cancel a visit to the WI in Norfolk
The Queen was seen for the first time since Prince Harry departed for Canada this week where he joined Meghan and eight-month-old Archie
The Queen was unable to attend a WI meeting on Thursday, which she goes to every year at West Newton village hall, as part of her winter stay at Sandringham
A spokesman for Buckingham Palace told MailOnline the Queen had ‘a slight cold’, while an insider added it was ‘no cause for alarm.’
It comes as the Queen’s youngest son Prince Edward, 55, and 16-year-old Lady Louise, were seen cantering through the Windsor Great Park today.
And it seems Lady Louise, who is thirteenth in line to the throne, was showing her father the way, as she cantered ahead through the park.
Prince Andrew was also pictured talking with a friend as he trotted through the park on the crisp January morning.
Prince Philip, 98, was seen not wearing a seat belt as he drove through the Sandringham Estate with his daughter Princess Anne
Princess Anne and her father Prince Philip travelled together through the Norfolk estate while the Queen was also seen driving through
Prince Edward, 55, and 16-year-old Lady Louise, were seen cantering through the Windsor Great Park on the crisp January morning
Prince Andrew was also pictured talking with a friend as he trotted through the park today as his brother and niece enjoyed Windsor Great Park
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Prince Harry arrived at Vancouver International Airport following a ten-hour journey on a Boeing 747, then boarded a WestJet plane to make the short journey onto Victoria Airport on Vancouver Island to join the rest of his family.
While he flew, he missed his brother William’s first solo reception at Buckingham Palace where he ushered in a new era for the royals – and even gave Harry a mention in his welcoming speech, saying: ‘The African continent holds a very special place in my heart. It is the place my father took my brother and me shortly after our mother died.’
It followed Harry’s emotional speech in London’s Chelsea last Sunday evening, saying he had ‘no other option’ but to give up his official royal duties and forge a new life in Canada, where his wife and son are setting up home.
Meanwhile it was claimed that Harry was given no choice but to agree the deal which allowed him to step down, with the Queen saying his decision must not overshadow other royals’ high-profile engagements this week.
Prince Harry smiles as he steps off a WestJet plane after arriving at Victoria Airport on Vancouver Island in Canada on Monday
Meghan posted a series of pictures on Instagram last night to raise awareness of International Day of Education and highlighted the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry.
The images include Meghan in Rwanda in March 2016 with World Vision – which was expanding access to clean water in rural areas – before she met Harry on a blind date four months later.
Other pictures posted today show the actress visiting university students in London in January 2019 and Harry in Malawi in September last year during the couple’s Africa tour.
The Sussex Royal account posted the images saying: ‘Today, on International Day of Education, we highlight the importance of access to education for all. The Duchess of Sussex has focused on this both prior to becoming a member of the Royal Family and now as patron of The Association of Commonwealth Universities.
‘Working closely with CAMA, both The Duke and Duchess recognise the benefit both personally and to society at large when a young girl has access to education. On their recent tour to Southern Africa, The Duke supported the initiatives of @Camfed on the ground in Malawi.’
In 2017 Meghan visited India as a World Vision Global Ambassador where she advocated for gender equality. The actress focused on highlighting girls’ lack of access to education, speaking with activists who work to improve access to girls’ latrines
Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry. Pictured above is the actress on a trip to Mbandazi primary school in Rwanda in March 2016 – just months before she met Harry on a blind date. While at the African school, she taught pupils how to paint with watercolours with help from a newly-installed pipeline