Monday, December 23, 2013
...her "Majesty" and family will all be at their Winter retreat of Sandringham in Norfolk...!!! This is what 1,200% is, be it whatever it may mean...!
Let the celebrations begin! The Queen starts her Christmas holiday in style as she greets well-wishers during a colourful appearance at the local church
The Queen arrived at church to be greeted by cheering well-wishers
Smiling broadly, the Duke of Edinburgh chatted affably with locals
The royal couple will remain at Sandringham, in Norfolk, until February
By Ruth Styles
PUBLISHED: 13:55 GMT, 22 December 2013 | UPDATED: 13:53 GMT, 23 December 2013
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The Queen has appeared in public for the first time since arriving at Sandringham for her traditional Christmas break.
The monarch, who was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, was greeted by cheering locals as she arrived for a Sunday service at the tiny church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham village.
Despite the frosty temperatures, the Queen, who was elegant in a raspberry pink coat and matching hat, appeared to be in good spirits and beamed broadly as she strode into the church.
Radiant: The Queen greets locals as she arrives at the church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham
The Queen appeared to be in good spirits as she arrived at the church
The monarch was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh
Traditional: Her Majesty was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh for the trip to the church
The Duke of Edinburgh also looked well and there was no trace of the health scares that have plagued the 92-year-old royal this year.
Sandringham is within walking distance from the quaint building, although the 87-year-old monarch and her husband were driven the short distance in a Range Rover instead.
The parish church of St Mary Magdalene has become a familiar sight during the last century thanks to its proximity to Sandringham.
On the 25th, the small church will play host to all of the senior royals, including Prince George, when the royal family attend the traditional Christmas service.
Christmas at Sandringham has become a royal tradition over the last century, with Queen Victoria becoming the first monarch to spend December 25th in residence.
...i wish a "toothless aid" X-mass to the Monarchy of England...!
False teeth are a pain to chew on...!!!
...we are all desperate to see Prince George's first teeth...! mind you they do bite hard their mums tits, and get whacked for it...!
This is what 1,200% is, be it whatever it may mean...!