A quieter weekend, ma’am? The Queen is joined at church in Balmoral by Prince Edward and granddaughter Lady Louise following last week’s royal wedding celebrations
- The Queen, 92, is enjoying a few days in the Scottish sunshine in Balmoral
- The monarch arrived for church this morning at Crathie Kirk accompanied by Prince Edward and his daughter Lady Louise, 14
- Prince Philip, 96, didn’t attend the Sunday morning service
After the pomp and ceremony of last week’s royal wedding, the Queen looked relaxed as she arrived for church in Balmoral today.
The 92-year-old, looking radiant in a cheering turquoise wide-brimmed hat and matching coat, was joined by Prince Edward and his daughter Lady Louise.
The Queen appeared to enjoy chatting to her 14 year-old granddaughter, who joined her on the backseat, while her youngest son sat in the front passenger seat.
The Queen, looking elegant in a bright turquoise hat and matching coat, chats to granddaughter Lady Louise while Prince Edward sits in the front passenger seat as the royals head to church in Crathie Kirk
Lady Louise sat alongside her grandmother on the back seat of the royal car as they took the short drive to church
The royal family members were spotted on their way to and from Crathie Kirk for the traditional Sunday service.
Following Prince Harry’s nuptials with Meghan Markle at St George’s Chapel last weekend, the Queen has retreated away from the post-wedding spotlight to spend a few days in the Scottish sunshine.
After last week’s excitement, the Queen has retreated to the rural confines of Balmoral for an early summer break