Wearing a camel-coloured coat with fur cuffs and a matching hat the 90-year-old monarch showed she had no intention of getting another cold like the one that laid her up over Christmas.
She smiled as she and Prince Philip, 95, were driven to the 16th century church in her maroon-coloured Bentley.
The Royal couple walked to and from the church with Prince Andrew in the biting Norfolk cold.
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The Queen was spotted in a warm looking coat at Sandringham church
The Duke of York cracked a joke with a plain clothes detective in a suit standing outside saying: “You are going to get awfully cold if you stand here without a coat.”
You are going to get awfully cold if you stand here without a coat
Prince Andrew, Duke of York
The Queen and Philip had been suffering from what was officially described as heavy colds which delayed their arrival at Sandringham before Christmas.
They had to cancel plans to catch their usual train to King’s Lynn to start their winter break. Instead they were flown by helicopter the next day to the 20,000-acre Royal estate in north Norfolk.
Queen Elizabeth II in pictures
Wed, December 21, 2016
Queen Elizabeth II making her Royal visits in her many colourful and elegant outfits.
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The Queen pictured in December 2016
The Queen and Prince Phillip were recently suffering from heavy colds, before Christmas
The illness which was said to be a ‘hacking cough’ forced the Queen to miss the church services at Sandringham on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
But she has now been well enough to attend church on three consecutive Sundays.
The couple are expected to stay at Sandringham for at least another two weeks.