The Queen has carried out her first official engagements since being instructed to relaxation by medical doctors and spending an evening in hospital.
Her Majesty returned to royal duties with digital audiences at Windsor Citadel.
She wore a yellow costume and her three-strand pearl necklace as she met the ambassador from the Republic of Korea, Gunn Kim.
Final week a Buckingham Palace spokesman stated she was admitted for “preliminary investigations” – however returned to Windsor Citadel at lunchtime on Thursday and “stays in good spirits”.
At present’s engagement is the primary time the 95-year-old monarch has been seen, albeit on a pc display screen, since she hosted a busy night reception for the worldwide funding summit on 19 October.
She “reluctantly” cancelled a trip to Northern Ireland after medical doctors ordered her to relaxation forward of preliminary checks in hospital on 20 October – marking her first in a single day keep at a medical facility in eight years.