The Queen stunned in yellow today as she made a surprise appearance at the London Underground.
Due to mobility issues, the Queen hasn’t been seen out much in public in recent months.
The Queen today
On Tuesday (May 17), the monarch made an appearance at a special event at Paddington Station.
She officially opened the new Elizabeth line.
The Queen was carrying a walking stick as she met workers as well as greeting Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
London mayor Sadiq Khan and Transport Secretary Grant Shapps were also in attendance.
During the Queen’s visit, she bought the first ticket for the Elizabeth line using a Oyster card.
She also unveiled a plaque to mark the opening.
Meanwhile, the Earl of Wessex boarded a train bound for Tottenham Court Road station before returning to Paddington.
Ahead of her visit, Buckingham Palace issued a statement to confirm the monarch’s appearance.
It read: “In a happy development, Her Majesty The Queen is attending today’s event to mark the completion of the Elizabeth line.
“Her Majesty was aware of the engagement and the organisers were informed of the possibility she may attend.”
It comes just days after the monarch attended a Platinum Jubilee event on Sunday evening.
Queen Platinum Jubilee
The A Gallop Through History show featured musical and dance displays and performances from horses.
The Queen’s granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor also attended the event and paid tribute to her late grandfather Prince Philip.
She rode one of the Duke of Edinburgh’s carriages around the arena during the event’s finale.
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