Queen in green! Her Majesty dons an emerald ensemble to attend a Sunday service in Windsor after returning from Balmoral

  • Monarch returned to royal duties this week since summer break in Balmoral
  • Attended church service at Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park
  • Donned a stylish emerald green and black ensemble for the Sunday service 

The Queen looked regal in an emerald ensemble as she arrived for a Sunday church service in Windsor today.

Her Majesty, 93, returned to royal duties earlier this week after enjoying her traditional summer break in Balmoral.  

Dressed in a smart green and black hat with a matching coat, the monarch was seen riding in the back of a chauffer-driven vehicle to the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park.

The Queen looked regal in an emerald ensemble as she arrived for a Sunday church service in Windsor today

The Queen looked regal in an emerald ensemble as she arrived for a Sunday church service in Windsor today

Earlier this week Her Majesty visited South London to officially open a new housing development for armed forces veterans.

The monarch, 93, wore a baby blue double-breasted coat as she arrived at the venue, which she paired with a matching blue hat, pearls and a black handbag.

The royal looked delighted to be at the opening of the Haig Housing Trust in Morden, smiling and warmly greeting veterans as she arrived.

Yesterday it emerged the Queen and Prince Charles could make more than £100million a year from the huge expansion of offshore windfarms – thanks to a change in the way that the monarchy is funded. 

Dressed in a smart green and black hat with a matching coat, the monarch was seen riding in the back of a chauffer-driven vehicle to the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park

Dressed in a smart green and black hat with a matching coat, the monarch was seen riding in the back of a chauffer-driven vehicle to the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park

The green energy earnings of the Royal Family are being significantly boosted by an auction, which formally began last week, for the biggest offshore windpower development in the world.

If they were still being paid by the long-established Civil List, the Royals would not have benefited. 

However, the then Chancellor George Osborne replaced it in 2012 with the Sovereign Grant.

Crucially, the deal gives the Queen 25 per cent of the profits from the Crown Estate, which owns the seabed within Britain's territorial waters that extend almost 14 miles from the coast.

The Queen looked radiant all in blue as she arrived in South London earlier this week to officially open a new housing development for armed forces veterans

The Queen looked radiant all in blue as she arrived in South London earlier this week to officially open a new housing development for armed forces veterans

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The Queen made an appearance at the Sunday church service in Windsor Castle and, in her usual style, opted for a beautiful bold coat dress for the occasion.

The monarch never fails when it comes to elegant, sophisticated style - it's just one of the many reasons why she's such an icon.

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The monarch, 93, wore a baby blue double breasted coat as she arrived at the South London venue and greeted veterans

The monarch, 93, wore a baby blue double breasted coat as she arrived at the South London venue and greeted veterans

The Queen dons an emerald ensemble as she attends a Sunday church service in Windsor

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