The queen looked lovely in lemon when she visited a school in North Lanarkshire to give prizes to students on Friday.
Putting on a vibrant yellow jacket, complete with scallop detail, put the royal, 93, on a sunny display as they receive a Gaelic welcome upon her arrival at Greenfauld's high school.
Coordinate her look with a matching hat and a huge smile, Her Majesty seemed pleased to have received a beautiful bouquet from a child.
She then met the Lord Lieutenant of Dunbartonshire and Lanarkshire, before being invited to see an exhibition.
The queen adjusted her black shoes with her bag and wore white gloves when she was welcomed to sunny Scotland today
Students all waited in rows as they shook hands with Her Majesty and bowed to greet the royal before she entered
Royal fans were waving flags in the streets when the monarch arrived in a black car with driver.
During her visit, local historians explained the history of the school and the monarch watched a performance of the School's Pipe Band on the athletics track before presenting two Provost Community Recognition awards.
She later visits an auditorium where she hears a Gaelic poetry recital from a student, while a Gaelic song is performed by a string ensemble.
The royal, who accessorised with pearls and an incision, will then receive a scent and reveal a plaque to mark the visit.
The queen, 93, put on a sunny screen in a lively lemon jacket and matching hat when she visited a school in North Lanarkshire to give prizes to students on Friday
Her Majesty smiled when she received a welcome to Gaelic and looked happy to receive a beautiful bouquet from a child today
The high school was established in 1971 and is located in western Cumbernauld, serving the surrounding areas of Greenfaulds, Ravenswood, Condorrat, Westfield, Eastfield, Balloch and parts of Seafar.
The school recently moved to a brand new build that opened on the existing site in September 2016.
The outdoor facilities were completed in August 2017 and consist of multifunctional sports fields and an athletics track for international standards.
With a stylish black lacquer bag on her left arm, the monarch grabbed a pink, white and purple bouquet of flowers and waved to the fans walking the streets
Queen Elizabeth presented teacher Eileen McLoughlin with a prize during the visit to Greenfaulds High School in western Cumbernauld.
The royal accessorised with stylish pearl earrings and a necklace – and a tie added to her coat – with a scalloped neckline
The school currently has 1400 pupils and since moving to the new building it has developed an excellent partnership with the Cumbernauld Amateur Athletics Club, which uses the sports facilities outside of school time.
A significant number of young students attend the club and as a result, several students have gained national fame for their success in field and job events.
The Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI), sponsored by the Wood Foundation, is an integral part of the agenda for school citizenship.
Pupils in Greenfauld high school could laugh, they seemed to share a joke with the prince
All young people have the opportunity to become acquainted with and support local charity groups with the aim of obtaining a £ 3000 grant for the person they have chosen.
Greenfaulds is currently a Rights Respecting School with Silver Accreditation – the first high school in North Lanarkshire to achieve this status.
After her visit, the queen will then attend the Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
The Guard of Honor will be F Coy Scots Guards. Pipes and Drums are provided by 1st Battalion, Scots Guards and music by the Band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
The Scots Guards is the Scottish regiment of foot guards. Since its founding more than 375 years ago, it has built a reputation as one of the toughest combat units in the British army.
As a mechanized regiment, Mastiff and Jackal uses 2 armored vehicles to attack enemy forces.
F Company is the ceremonial company of the regiment and has the special honor of acting as guards at royal residences such as Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.
They act as the permanent public task element and are based in the Wellington Barracks in London.
All new Scots guard soldiers who leave their training are seconded to F Company and then go to the battalion in Aldershot.
Their traditional uniform – a red tunic and a bearskin – is famous all over the world. The bearskin of the Scots Guards has no plume and their tunic buttons are grouped in three.
Many of the 1400 students at the school sat at the reception and waved flags when Her Majesty entered the room
The Monarch all smiled while talking to the locals during a visit to Greenfaulds – a Rights Respecting School with Silver Accreditation
Royal fans wave the streets while the queen arrived at the Greenfaulds High School in western Cumbernauld today
Crowds of benefactors waved patriotic flags as Her Majesty kickstarts her summer vacation in Scotland today
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