The Queen heads to church on her own after Harry and Meghan tied the knot in Windsor.
Queen Elizabeth II this morning left Windsor Castle for church without her husband Prince Philip, one day after her grandson Prince Harry married Meghan Markle.
The monarch, who regularly attends the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park, was seen travelling in a Range Rover past the entrance of Windsor Farm shop.
The Queen was later spotted being driven back to the castle soon after the morning service had finished, with her car sweeping into a side entrance onto the estate.
She had attended the royal wedding with the 96-year-old Duke of Edinburgh yesterday, just six weeks after he had a planned hip replacement operation.
Philip’s attendance for the royal nuptials had initially been in doubt following the operation on April 4, and he spent six weeks on a rehabilitation programme.
But royal enthusiasts were relieved at his appearance yesterday, and he waved enthusiastically to the crowd as he left St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
He had made his first public appearance since the operation last week at the Royal Windsor Horse show, and was later spotted driving himself around in a Land Rover.