On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II made another public appearance in a week during her Scotland Royal Week.
She attended the Royal Company of Archers Reddendo Parade alongside her son, Prince Charles. She was spotted wearing a light blue coat dress and matching her accessories and hat.
The 96-year-old monarchy was watched while using a walking cane and witnessed the event while sitting on a chair.
Last week, Queen Elizabeth II was spotted with a new look. The new photos posted by the official Instagram page of the royal family, depicted her majesty in a shorter hair-do during his meeting with the Governor of New South Wales, Margaret Beazley, at Windsor Castle.
Although the Queen is well known for her looser curls, the public praised the Queen’s new hair style in thousands of comments on social media.
One of the comments said: “The Queen looks wonderful! Her new summer hairdo looks perfect.” Another commented: “Love your new hairstyle, your Majesty.”
A few days ago, Queen Elizabeth II made her first in-person meeting since missing the Royal Ascot with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at the Windsor Castle.
The Queen met Welby and he presented to her a special Canterbury Cross for her “unstinting” service to the Church of England for over 70 years.