The Queen spends a ‘picnic with great-grandchildren’ at a cherished beauty location that has been honored with a major decision.

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The Queen spends a ‘picnic with great-grandchildren’ at a cherished beauty location that has been honored with a major decision.

THE QUEEN is thought to have enjoyed a day of relaxation at one of her favorite Scottish beauty spots.

According to royal analyst Richard Eden, Queen Elizabeth II, 95, went for a picnic eight miles from Balmoral on Monday. He claimed the monarch went to Glen Muick, a popular tourist destination for the king.

According to the Daily Mail’s diary editor, the Queen attended a picnic with a few children, who are thought to be the offspring of Zara Tindall, 40, or Peter Phillips, 43.

Peter, the Queen’s eldest grandson and often referred to as Her Majesty’s favorite, has two daughters, Isla, nine, and Savannah, ten.

Zara, Peter’s sister and Princess Anne’s daughter, has three children.

In late March, the Olympian and her husband, Mike Tindall, welcomed their third child, Lucas Philip, who joins the couple’s two daughters, Mia, seven, and Lena, three.

Glen Muick is so beloved by the Queen that she reportedly named one of the puppies she received in March after him.

The puppy was handed to the Queen together with a dorgi that she is claimed to have named after her uncle Fergus, who died in WWI.

“Both name selections are highly emotional and precious to the Queen,” a source told the Sun at the time about the puppies’ names, which were thought to have been picked by the Queen.

“Loch Muick is one of her favorite sites on the Balmoral estate, and the family still remembers Uncle Fergus’ death in the First World War.”

Fergus, on the other hand, died in May, while the Queen was still grieving the death of her husband, Prince Philip.

Another dog was given to the Queen by Prince Andrew and his daughters Beatrice and Eugenie a month later.

On June 10, which would have been the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday, she received this thoughtful gift.

In late July, the Queen traveled from Windsor Castle to Balmoral.

However, she was only officially welcomed to her Scottish home on August 9, when a small ceremony was performed outside the castle in her honor.

The Queen was inspected by a guard of honour comprised of 5 SCOTS from the Balaklava Company of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

“Brinkwire Summary News” played over the speakers during the ceremony.

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