The season is changing and the Queen seems to be getting into the autumnal spirit when she put on a burnt orange outfit for her trip to the church in Balmoral today.
The monarch looked elegant in an elegant coat and matching hat adorned with feathers and even opted for a dark shade of berry lipstick to implement her appearance.
Her Majesty seemed very animated, no doubt delighted to spend time with her grandson, Prince William, 36, who joined her in the back of his Bentley, which drove a driver, for the departure of Crathie Kirk.
The Duke of Cambridge seemed intelligent in a dark suit and red tie, but there were no signs of his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, who certainly had her hands full with her three children, George, Charlotte and Louis.
Charles and Camilla, who also have a home, Birkhall, at Balmoral Estate formed the party with the Prince of Wales by opting to take them to church himself.
The 92-year-old Queen fell in love with autumn elegance with an orange coat and feathered hat as she was being led to the Sunday service at Crathie Kirk, near her property in Balmoral, Scotland.
The monarch was joined by his grandson, Prince William, on the trip, but there were no signs that his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were also part of the group, but chose to travel to the church in their own vehicle
Camilla also opted for a seasonally appropriate ensemble in the form of a purple coat with a matching beret.
The Queen moved to Balmoral Castle, in Aberdeenshire, in early August for the start of her annual summer break.
Crathie Kirk is located next to the royal estate and the queen is a regular presence in the services during her annual vacation.
Prince William is making his second summer visit to Scottish property, having joined his grandmother at the end of August.
It's the second summer visit to Balmoral for Prince William, who looked smart in a dark suit and red and blue tie.
The older grandson of the Queen made him company in the trip to the church, which is one of the most important parts of the weekly routine of the monarch.
He was accompanied by his wife Kate and their children Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three and Prince Louis, three months.
On this occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen in her car for her trip to church, a day after taking Prince George to see her first partridge bullet.
It is believed that the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex also paid a visit to the Queen in Balmoral, but were not photographed attending the church.
However, there will still be a long time if you wish to join His Majesty.
Prince Charles decided to go to Crathie Kirk, near the property of Queen & # 39; s Balmoral, for the usual Sunday service.
Last year, the Queen departed for Balmoral in mid-July and did not finish her annual summer vacation in Highland until the first week of October.
She is known for treasuring her retreats in the Scottish Highlands and her relatives have said that Balmoral is the only place where the Queen can relax and be herself.
In a documentary to commemorate the queen's 90th birthday, Princess Eugenie explained: "It is the most beautiful place in the world."
"I think Granny is the happiest there." I think she really loves the Highlands