The Queen stuns in peach for Sunday church service
Queen Elizabeth II welcomed the UK spring early with a stylish peach ensemble for her Sunday church service in Sandringham.
The 92-year-old was seen interacting with members of the public as she made her way to the Sunday service at the St Peter and St Paul church in West Newton, Norfolk. According to Evening Standard, around 200 people gathered outside the church to see the monarch in the chilly 3 degrees Celsius weather.
Wearing a peach coat and a matching hat, the Queen attended the service with Countess Mountbatten of Burma.
The Queen, who heads to the Norfolk estate every winter with husband Prince Philip, will remain in Sandringham for a few more days before returning to London.
She will mark 67 years on the throne on Wednesday, making her the longest reigning monarch in British history. The Queen will mark the anniversary of her Accession Day in private at the Sandringham Estate.
The Queen is three years away from her Platinum Jubilee, or 70 years on the throne, which will be a first for a British sovereign.