Her Majesty the Queen looked fabulous on Thursday as she was seen arriving at King's Lynn railway station in Norfolk, wrapping up warm in a chic camel coat and a Burberry headscarf. The 92-year-old looked cosy and yet and totally stylish in the camel-toned outfit, which she teamed with her favourite horsebit shoes and her trademark handbag by Launer London. We love the colour palette of the whole look - it's a timeless getup that will never date - and it's easy to see why they call the monarch the Queen of Fashion! Her skin looked fresh and glowing and she added fuschia pink lipstick and a hint of rosy blush. The Queen looked in great spirits as she greeted well-wishers as she boarded her carriage and each year she takes the train to Norfolk with her husband Prince Philip, 97.
We loved the Queen's Burberry scarf
It has been a busy week for Her Majesty. On Wednesday, she hosted her pre-christmas lunch at her London home, Buckingham Palace. Her Majesty opens the palace for the extended members of her family, which is a great chance for everyone to catch up before the immediate royal family head to Sandringham.
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According to Twitter, a lot of lavish festive food was on offer - the royal family's official Twitter account even shared some behind-the-scenes photos.
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The day before the bash, one of the posts read: "Did you know royal pastry chefs will create over 1,200 mince pies for each of the festive receptions held at the Palaces this Christmas?" The snaps showed a couple of varieties of the much-loved pastry, as well as the royal chefs working hard to perfect them. In a later tweet, it was also revealed that Buckingham Palace will serve sweet personalised ginger biscuits at upcoming receptions. Mmm!
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