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Queen Elizabeth II and her son Prince Charles are the stars of two new portraits released by Buckingham Palace on Good Friday.
Her Majesty cuts a laidback figure in outdoor boots, a detailed headscarf and embroidered gloves in the snap – taken in the gardens of Frogmore House at Windsor Castle on March 23.
And the Prince of Wales, for his part, paired slightly more formal wear with a tan overcoat as he stood with his sovereign in the daffodil and blossom covered surroundings.
But one thing's for certain, both mother and son are very happy to be there, with wide beams plastered on both their faces.
Earlier this week, it was reported that the monarch has joined millions of other Brits and received her second dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
The 94-year-old was given the shot ahead of her first public appearance in five months on Tuesday, it has been reported.
And on March 31, the Queen went maskless and was cheered at an air force celebration in Runnymede, Surrey, after spending months at Windsor Castle in lockdown.
She told crowds she was "delighted" to be outdoors in her first public engagement since November.
She stepped out of her Covid bubble and was treated to a Red Arrows flypast at the centenary celebrations of the Royal Australian Air Force.
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She told onlookers: "It is a rather nice day. I'm delighted to be here."
George Brandis QC, Australian High Commissioner, told her travel rules had stranded many Australians in Britain.
She quickly replied: “There are worse places to be stuck.”
Her last public engagement took place in October at Porton Down, Wiltshire, alongside grandson Prince William.
She led Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph on November 8.
Husband Prince Philip was absent at the flypast this week, after recently undergoing heart surgery and spending a month in hospital.
The 99-year-old, alongside the Queen, received their first jabs in January.
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