Queen attends church service before welcoming her family to Sandringham
Her majesty was joined by the Countess of Wessex as she attended her final church service before Christmas Day. The Queen looked distinctively festive in a grey hat with matching feather detail...
Queen Elizabeth (92) visited church for the last time before Christmas Day to attend a Sunday service, accompanied by the Countess of Wessex. The two royal ladies traveled to St Mary Magdalene Church on the Queen's Sandringham estate by car and both looked elegantly festive. The Queen sported a red and grey tweed ensemble with a bright red collar and buttons and a matching grey hat, trimmed with red and adorned with a striking mix of red and grey feathers. The Countess of Wessex wore an elegant camel coat and matching hat which she accessorised with simple gold studs.
Prince Louis' First Christmas at Sandringham
The Queen will attend church for the next time on Christmas Day accompanied by her husband, Prince Philip, her son, Prince Charles, and his wife Camilla, the Cambridges, the Sussexes and the rest of the Royal Family. It will be an exciting year for William and Kate's son, Prince Louis, for whom it will be the first of many Christmases at spent at Sandringham
After hosting her pre-Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace last week, the Queen arrived at Sandringham four days ago on Thursday, travelling by train from London to King's Lynn station in Norfolk. The rest of the Royal Family will join her at Sandringham estate on Christmas Eve.