The Queen gets behind the wheel of her Range Rover

Off for a spin, ma’am?

The Queen gets behind the wheel of her Range Rover as she prepares to end her annual Sandringham stay

  • The Queen was spotted getting behind the wheel of her Range Rover today 
  • She is likely to return to London from her Sandringham estate on February 6 
  • The Queen was unable to attend a WI meeting on Thursday due to a cold  

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The Queen was spotted getting behind the wheel of her Range Rover days before she is set to leave Sandringham Estate for London

It marks the first time the Queen has been seen out and about since the UK left the European Union and comes days before she is expected to return to the capital. 

Her Majesty, 93, appeared in good health as she was seen driving her car out of the property in Norfolk, five days before she is thought to be leaving the 20,000-acre property. 

She usually spends her winter break at the Royal Estate before leaving on February 6, which is the anniversary of her father King George VI’s death.

The Queen leaving Sandringham House in Norfolk on Saturday afternoon behind the wheel of her Range Rover

The Queen gets behind the wheel of her Range Rover

It marks the first time the Queen has been seen out and about since the UK left the European Union and comes days before she is expected to return to London

The Queen gets behind the wheel of her Range Rover

Her Majesty, 93, appeared in good health as she was seen driving her car out of the property in Norfolk

The Queen was unable to attend a WI meeting on Thursday, which she goes to every year at West Newton village hall as part of her winter stay at Sandringham, after catching a cold.

A spokesman for Buckingham Palace had told MailOnline the Queen had ‘a slight cold’, while an insider added it was ‘no cause for alarm.’

She was well enough to attend church on Sunday.

The Queen gets behind the wheel of her Range Rover

The Queen was unable to attend a WI meeting on Thursday, which she goes to every year at West Newton village hall as part of her winter stay at Sandringham, after catching a cold

The Queen gets behind the wheel of her Range Rover

The Queen leaving Sandringham House in Norfolk on Saturday afternoon

Her husband Prince Philip was spotted at Sandringham yesterday as he recuperates from a stay in hospital last month.

Philip, 98, was pictured being driven onto the Royal Sandringham Estate in Norfolk 

Earlier this week the Queen and Philip were seen for the first time since Prince Harry departed to Canada.

She was pictured driving in Sandringham while Philip accompanied his daughter Princess Anne as she drove through the estate.

Prince Phillip was also seen driving a truck for a shoot on the estate yesterday morning, following reports that he and the monarch were holding crisis talks about the embattled Prince Andrew. 

 

 

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