Queen attends Church at Sandringham

The Queen, accompanied by members of the Royal family, attended the Sunday Service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk on January 8th. This is the Queen’s first appearance since early in December, as she was taken ill just before Christmas, and missed the Christmas Service as well the the service on January 1st. The last time she was seen was at the Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace on December 8th.

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were accompanied by the Duke and Duchess of cambridge, and the Duchess’s family for the Sunday Service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham. The Queen and Duke drove to the the Church, while the other walked. The Duchess of Cambridge’s family are staying with them at Amner Hall to celebrate her 35th birthday tomorrow. Among the other attendees were Princess Charlotte’s godmother, Sophie Carter, and the Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

The Queen wore a royal blue coat and hat, pairing her Three Strand Pearl Necklace with Queen Victoria’s bow brooch. The Duchess of Cambridge (not clearly photographed) wore a Sportmax coat with a grey fur hat.



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