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  • Queen Letizia and King Felipe hit the slopes with Princesses Leonor and Sofia

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  • The Queen in high spirits as she returns to London following Sandringham winter break

    Her winter break in Sandringham has come to an end, but that didn't stop the Queen from making a cheerful appearance on Tuesday morning. The 90-year-old monarch was pictured boarding a train in Norfolk bound for London, marking the end of her festive holiday and a return to royal duties. The Queen, who was not accompanied by her husband the Duke of Edinburgh, took the scheduled 10.54 service from King's Lynn to King's Cross. Why the Queen is an ever modern monarch Wearing a bright green coat, matching dress and a dainty silk headscarf, the Queen appeared to be in very