Queen Elizabeth, 95, was photographed out and about in public for the first time since she had COVID-19 in February.
On March 29, the Queen attended a service in honor of her late husband, Prince Philip, in London. Various members of the royal family attended the service, and Queen Elizabeth was seated in the front row.
She wore a green coat and matching hat for the event. Inside the service, Queen Elizabeth was photographed both sitting down and standing on her own.
Her black handbag was placed next to her feet as she took her spot in the front row. She followed along with the service as she read from a program, putting on her glasses to see better.