The Queen was joined by her granddaughter Princess Beatrice for the drive to the Sunday service at Crathie Kirk on the Balmoral property.
Her majesty wore a chic mild blue outfit with an identical hat whereas Beatrice, who turned 30 this week, was all in black for the brief journey to the church.
Regardless of the rain, she appeared in good spirits although she did wrap up in a blanket for the journey.
The 92-year-old monarch formally moved into Balmoral citadel on Monday in Scotland, marking the beginning of her annual summer season break.
Crathie Church is subsequent door to Balmoral and the Queen is an everyday presence at companies throughout her annual vacation.
Prince Andrew joined his mom and daughter driving upfront alongside the Queen’s chauffeur.
Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex’s daughter Woman Louise Windsor, arrived in a separate automotive not far behind.
However Prince Philip has not made the journey this summer season as he continues to recuperate from a hip operation earlier this yr at Sandringham in Norfolk.
Forward of the Queen’s arrival, the standard guard of honour was fashioned, with this yr the responsibility falling to the three Scots regiment.
Woman Louise Windsor arrived in a separate automotive not far behind[/caption]
Her majesty was greeted by Officer Commanding Johnny Thompson with the intention to examine the guards.
A crowd of well-wishers braved the rain to catch a glimpse of the Queen.
The Queen has spent latest weeks at Craigowan Lodge, a smaller cottage on the Balmoral property, which is also referred to as the Enchanted Manor.
Balmoral was purchased by Prince Albert for about £32,000 in 1852 and is claimed to be the monarch’s favorite dwelling.
The 50,000-acre property is privately owned by the Queen and isn’t publicly funded.
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Balmoral is open to the general public till the tip of July and has been ready for the monarch’s arrival during the last week.
Whereas on the Aberdeenshire property, she enjoys a low-key existence going for walks and having picnics and barbecues.
Princess Eugenie has beforehand mentioned of Balmoral: ‘It’s probably the most lovely place on earth. I believe Granny is probably the most joyful there I believe she actually, actually loves the Highlands.’