The Queen, dressed in blue and using a walking stick, walks to Westminster Abbey to honor the British Legion.

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The Queen, dressed in blue and using a walking stick, walks to Westminster Abbey to honor the British Legion.

THE Queen looked magnificent in blue today as she attended a thanksgiving service to commemorate the Royal British Legion’s 100th anniversary.

The monarch, 95, and her daughter, Princess Anne, 71, were beaming as they entered Westminster Abbey for the ceremony this morning.

The charity’s work to serve servicemen and women from the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries is highlighted during the event.

The royals joined a crowd that included active-duty military personnel, veterans, and their families.

For the occasion, Princess Anne wore a purple coat and black gloves.

The Queen wore a beautiful – and quite appropriate – royal blue coat with gold buttons as she stepped out of her automobile, using a walking stick.

She brought a small black handbag and added pearl earrings, a necklace, and a magnificent sapphire brooch that once belonged to Queen Mary to her ensemble.

The monarch has been photographed using a cane previously, including in 2003 after undergoing surgery to repair torn cartilage in her right knee.

She is said to have used the cane today for comfort. She also came in by the Poet’s Yard entrance, which was a quicker approach to her seat.

After spending the summer in Balmoral, the royal looked upbeat as she returned to her royal responsibilities today.

Her absence was the first time she had visited the home since her husband, Prince Philip, died in April.

To commemorate her Platinum Jubilee, Elizabeth and her son Charles planted a tree on the Scots estate.

As she greeted youngsters from neighbouring Crathie Primary School, Her Majesty beams.

Last week, Kate looked stunning in orange as she proudly opened the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games with Prince Edward by her side.

Meanwhile, she was inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame yesterday after having her most successful year ever.

The Queen is said to be overjoyed by the honor, which entitles her to membership in flat racing’s most exclusive club.

It follows her finest year on the track, with more than £535,000 in earnings from her 33 victories on the Flat so far.

She attends Royal Ascot and the Epsom Derby on a regular basis, with a trip with other members of the Royal Family planned for next year.

Her Majesty has also received another beautiful honor.

Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, have named their daughter Sienna Elizabeth after the princess.

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