The Queen has arrived at Sandlingham. There she quietly reflects at her deceased father and husband’s house to mark the platinum jubilee.
The Queen flew from Windsor Castle by helicopter on Sunday and was photographed in her car wearing an impressive scarf featuring bright lipstick and garden birds.
She stayed at Sandlingham Estate for a few weeks and left the main building Wood farm small house The place where the Duke of Edinburgh spent much of his retirement.
Her stay is private and she will see a small number of staff from nearby aide companies attending.
It is understood that she will mark Accession Day -Anniversary when she became a queen due to the death of her father, George VI-in Sandlingham as she has been for years.
This year is especially important as the moment she reached the throne 70 years and her milestone. Platinum jubilee.
There are fun festive moments, including a banking holiday scheduled for later this year, but February 6th itself may have been quietly reflected by the Queen.
Traditionally, she traveled to Sandlingham before Christmas to welcome the Christian Festival family and stay until Accession Day.
This year, the festival was canceled by Covid-19. Queen and her family staying at Windsor Castle Instead.
This year was the first Christmas of the Queen without the Duke of Edinburgh, a husband over 73 who died on April 9th last year.
There were concerns about the Queen’s health last fall, after she withdrew from many major promises, Spent the night at the hospital And the royal doctor ordered me to rest.
The Queen was advised to carry out a light mission, but sprained her back and missed a memorial Sunday service.