Queen and Prince Philip are seen for the first time since grandson Harry left for Canada to join Meghan Markle and Archie – as her sons Andrew and Edward go riding at Windsor
The Queen and Prince Philip have been seen for the first time since Harry departed to Canada after Her Majesty was forced to pull out of the annual Women’s Institute visit while she recovered from a cold.
Prince Harry travelled from London Heathrow to Vancouver on a BA plane to join Meghan and Archie on Tuesday, to begin their new life since stepping down as senior royals.
Her Majesty, 93, was pictured driving through the Sandringham Estate with Prince Philip, 98, who was seen not wearing a seat belt.
The Queen was unable to attend the WI meeting, which she goes to every year at West Newton village hall, as part of her winter stay at Sandringham.
A spokesman for Buckingham Palace told MailOnline the Queen had ‘a slight cold’, while an insider added it was ‘no cause for alarm.’
It comes as the Queen’s youngest son Prince Edward, 55, and 16-year-old Lady Louise, were seen cantering through the Windsor Great Park today.
Prince Andrew was also pictured talking with a friend as he trotted through the Berkshire park on the crisp January morning.
And it seems Lady Louise, who is thirteenth in line to the throne, was showing her father the way, as she cantered ahead through the park in Berkshire.
The Queen was pictured driving through the Sandringham Estate – two days after she was forced to cancel a visit to the WI in Norfolk
Prince Philip, 98, was seen not wearing a seat belt as he drove through the Sandringham Estate with his daughter Princess Anne
Prince Edward, 55, and 16-year-old Lady Louise, were seen cantering through the Windsor Great Park on the crisp January morning
Prince Andrew was also pictured talking with a friend as he trotted through the Berkshire park today as his brother and niece enjoyed Windsor Great Park