Elizabeth Spent Christmas holiday in Norfolk
The Queen Elizabeth Spent her Christmas holiday in Norfolk
Queen Elizabeth Spent her Christmas holiday in Norfolk; Surrounded by police escorts, she smiled warmly at well-wishers as she alighted her carriage. The Queen has made it a yearly habit to take the train from London to Norfolk.
On Thursday afternoon, Her Majesty was spotted arriving at King’s Lynn railway station in Norfolk. The Queen Elizabeth has made it a yearly habit to take the train from London to Norfolk. The 92-year-old royal wrapped up warm, wearing a camel coat and a headscarf. She is usually accompanied by her husband Prince Philip, 97, though this year he wasn’t spotted in the photographs.
The Queen Elizabeth always travels on the day after her party at Buckingham Palace. The lunch is the perfect opportunity for the monarch to catch up with her extended family, as not all are invited to the celebrations at Sandringham.
In This Grand Party Senior royals including Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince William and Kate were pictured arriving Norfolk on Wednesday. The Cambridge was joined by all three of their children including seven-month-old baby Prince Louis, and the youngsters’ nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo.