For the first time since Philip’s death, the Queen was seen driving around the Sandringham estate.
For the first time since Prince Philip’s death, the Queen has been spotted at Sandringham.
The monarch arrived by helicopter at her Norfolk home on Friday evening and is likely to stay there until Monday, July 19. At Wood Farm Cottage, the 95-year-old was photographed driving her Land Rover.
The Queen is wearing a white top with a pink floral pattern and a green gilet in the photos taken on Sunday.
She was also wearing a pair of dark-tinted sunglasses.
According to The Sun, John Warren, the Queen’s bloodstock and racing consultant, was observed in the vehicle’s passenger seat.
Mr Warren has been the monarch’s racing adviser for the past 27 years.
He also donned dark sunglasses and a tweed suit with a white shirt and a green tie that matched.
In the back of the automobile, there was an additional male passenger.
It is Her Majesty’s first visit to the cottage, which is located on the estate’s edge, since her husband died tragically in April at the age of 99.
Prince Philip is thought to have spent his retirement at the residence after resigning from the public sector in August 2017.
While the Queen continued her duties at Buckingham Palace, Philip stayed in the cottage and read and painted.
In September, Philip and the Queen went to the Norfolk cottage before returning to Windsor Castle for lockdown.
Horses were also seen being led around the Sandringham estate’s Commodore Yard stables.
The procedure of breaking in yearling horses takes place at this location as well.
The Queen is an avid equestrian who adores horses.
Over the years, she has owned hundreds of racehorses who have earned her more than 1,600 victories.