The Queen was spotted arriving at St Peter and St Paul church, a chapel in West Newton, just minutes away from Sandringham House. The monarch smiled as she walked alongside other church-goers, wrapped up in a pale blue coat under which could be seen a colourful dress.
The Queen completed her outfit with a hat sporting blue and green flowers, her signature black handbag and black shoes.
This is expected to be the last weekend the Queen is spending in her estate in Norfolk.
The monarch, who arrived on a train at King’s Lynn station on December 20, usually remains at Sandringham House until February 6, the anniversary of the death of her late father, King George VI.
Queen Elizabeth II’s last days in Sandringham are filled engagements, the royal diary shows.
On Monday, the monarch is to visit the RAF Marham in King’s Lynn in her capacity as Honorary Air Commodore of the station.
On Wednesday, the Queen will open the new Wolferton Pumping Station, just a five-minute drive away from her estate.
This engagement will be particularly emotional for the Queen, as it will bring back to her memory the day King George VI launched the original pumping station.
In 1946, the then monarch was accompanied by Queen Elizabeth, later known as the Queen Mother, and his younger daughter Princess Margaret.
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