Queen spotted at Sandringham for first time since death of Prince Philip
The mirror says: The monarch was seen driving around the Norfolk Estate in a Land Rover and was accompanied by John Warren, her bloodstock and horse racing advisor
The Queen has been seen at Sandringham, her Norfolk home, returning there for the first time since Prince Philip ’s death.
She flew in by helicopter on Friday evening and is expected to stay there until Monday July 19.
The monarch was photographed driving a Land Rover around Wood Farm Cottage and appeared to be accompanied by John Warren, her bloodstock and racing advisor, reports the Sun.
There was another male companion who was seated in the back of the car.
This is her first visit to the cottage, which is situated on the edge of the Sandringham Estate, since her husband’s death in April aged 99.
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