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Baby Health in Winter The Queen brightens up a rainy day in baby blue as she attends church service in Norfolk

Baby Health in Winter

Baby Health in Winter A ray of sunshine! The Queen brightens up an otherwise rainy day in a baby blue ensemble as she attends church service in Norfolk

  • Her Majesty, 93, donned baby blue coat and hat as she attended church service
  • Looked in high spirits as she arrived at St Peter and St Paul church in Norfolk
  • Accessorised with black patent bag and matching pearl earrings and necklace

By Chloe Morgan and Sophie Law For Mailonline

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The Queen looked elegant in a baby blue ensemble as she arrived for Sunday church service in West Newton in Norfolk, today.    

Her Majesty, 93, brightened up an otherwise rainy day in a pale blue hat and matching coat, which revealed a glimpse of the paisley patterned silk dress she was wearing underneath.

She looked in high spirits as she was photographed stepping out of the back of a chauffer-driven vehicle after arriving at St Peter and St Paul church. 

The monarch appeared to be enjoying the fresh February air, even stopping to pick up several colourful flower bouquets from well-wishers in the crowd.    

The Queen looked elegant in a baby blue ensemble as she arrived for Sunday church service in West Newton in Norfolk, today

The monarch appeared to be taking the fresh February air, even stopping to pick up several colourful flower bouquets from well-wishers in the crowd

The Queen accessorised her summery with a silver diamond brooch, pearl necklace and matching earrings – and could be seen carrying her trusty black patent back on her left arm. 

Scores of royal fans gathered as the Queen arrived for the traditional Sunday morning service.

The Queen, wearing a hat adorned with green and blue feathers in the shape of flowers, looked delighted to be handed pink roses and daffodils as she bypassed well-wishers who lined the streets. 

While the crowd reached for their smartphones to capture the moment, the Queen smiled as she received the gifts, and walked alongside Canon Jonathan Riviere to the church.

The Queen, wearing a hat adorned with green and blue feathers in the shape of flowers, looked delighted to be handed pink roses and daffodils as she bypassed the throng of well-wishers

Scores of royal fans gathered as the Queen arrived for the traditional Sunday morning service

The Queen (pictured), 93, opted for baby blue ensemble as she arrived at Sunday church service in West Newton, Norfolk today

Her Majesty (pictured) completed her outfit with a silver diamond brooch and matching pearl necklace and earrings

While the crowd reached for their smartphones to capture the moment, the Queen smiled as she received the gifts 

The Queen smiled as she left church and was greeted by crowds of well-wishers who gathered in the small Norfolk village

As ever, there was a water-tight security presence with police officers flanking the royal as she strode through the small Norfolk village.

It’s been a busy few weeks for the Queen, who was spotted getting behind the wheel of her Range Rover on Saturday days before she is set to leave Sandringham Estate for London.

It marked the first time the monarch was seen out and about since the UK left the European Union and comes days before she is expected to return to the capital.

Her Majesty appeared in good health as she was seen driving her car out of the property in Norfolk.

She usually spends her winter break at the Royal Estate before leaving on February 6, which is the anniversary of her father King George VI’s death.

The Queen wore a hat adorned with green and blue feathers in the shape of flowers

Her Majesty could be seen strolling the the church yard alongside Reverend Canon Jonathon Riviere

As ever, there was a water-tight security presence with police officers flanking the royal as she strode through the small Norfolk village

The monarch could be seen holding her trust black patent back, and kept out the chill with a pair of stylish gloves

The Queen looked in high spirits before heading inside St Peter and St Paul church, in West Newton, Norfolk

The Queen is flanked by Canon Jonathan Riviere as she made her way up the path to the church

The royal wore patent leather shoes with a heel and silver buckle which she paired with a black handbag

The Queen was unable to attend a WI meeting on Thursday, which she goes to every year at West Newton village hall as part of her winter stay at Sandringham, after catching a cold. 

Earlier that week, the Queen and Philip were seen for the first time since Prince Harry departed to Canada.

She was pictured driving in Sandringham while Philip accompanied his daughter Princess Anne as she drove through the estate.

Prince Phillip was also seen driving a truck for a shoot on the estate, following reports that he and the monarch were holding crisis talks about the embattled Prince Andrew.

Her Majesty appeared in high spirits at the service – St Peter and St Paul’s church is one of several rural churches that fall under Sandringham

The Queen appeared in high spirits as she made her way to the church service in Norfolk

The monarch’s powder blue coat revealed a glimpse of the paisley-patterned silk dress she was wearing underneath

The monarch accessorised with a silver diamond brooch, pearl necklace and earrings – and could be seen carrying her trusty black patent back on her left arm

The Queen was all smiles as she was photographed stepping out of a black chauffeur-driven car as she arrived at church service

The Queen wore a blue hat adorned with pastel-coloured flowers as she attended the church service

The Queen arrived at the church before she made her way to the service with Canon Jonathan Riviere

A group of well-wishers greeted the monarch who took photos as she exited her chauffeur-driven car

The Queen walks with Reverend Canon Jonathon Riviere as she leaves following a church service at St Peter and St Paul church

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