The Queen arrives at church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham

The Queen looked festive in a dark green ensemble as she arrived at at St Mary Magdalene Church for Sunday service in Sandringham, Norfolk.

Her Majesty, 93, opted for a fur green coat and coordinating hat – and completed her outfit with a stunning emerald brooch. 

She accessorised with a pearl necklace and matching earrings and could be seen arriving in a chauffeur-driven car alongside a smiling Sophie Wessex.

The monarch’s appearance comes just days after husband Prince Philip, 98, was admitted to the private King Edward VII hospital in Marylebone, central London on Friday morning for observation and treatment for a pre-existing condition.

The Queen (pictured), 93, looked festive in a green ensemble as she arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church for Sunday service in Sandringham, Norfolk today

The Queen (pictured), 93, looked festive in a green ensemble as she arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church for Sunday service in Sandringham, Norfolk today

The Queen (pictured), 93, looked festive in a green ensemble as she arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church for Sunday service in Sandringham, Norfolk today 

Queen Elizabeth II and Sophie, Countess of Wessex attend a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church as the Royals arrive in Sandringham to celebrate Christmas

Queen Elizabeth II and Sophie, Countess of Wessex attend a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church as the Royals arrive in Sandringham to celebrate Christmas

Queen Elizabeth II and Sophie, Countess of Wessex attend a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church as the Royals arrive in Sandringham to celebrate Christmas

Ahead of the monarch’s arrival to Sunday service, police could be seen using anti-vehicle barriers at a security checkpoint. 

Also in attendance was the Countess of Wessex’s children Lady Louise Windsor and Viscount Severn.

On Friday, her husband the Duke of Edinburgh was taken 125 miles from Sandringham to the royal family’s favoured London hospital after heeding advice from his doctor – raising fears ill health could prevent him spending Christmas with the Queen this year.

He was not blue-lighted by ambulance to the King Edward VII Hospital in Marylebone and was able to walk into the building unaided this morning, MailOnline understands.

Philip, who splits his time between Windsor and Sandringham since retiring from royal duties in 2017, is receiving treatment for a ‘pre-existing condition’, Buckingham Palace has said.

The Countess of Wessex, 54,  arrives with her children Lady Louise Windsor, 16,  and James, Viscount Severn, 12,  for a church service

The Countess of Wessex, 54,  arrives with her children Lady Louise Windsor, 16,  and James, Viscount Severn, 12,  for a church service

The Countess of Wessex, 54,  arrives with her children Lady Louise Windsor, 16,  and James, Viscount Severn, 12,  for a church service

James, 12, sported a navy suit while his big sister, Lady Louise opted for a polka dot skirt and blue woolen coat to keep warm in the December rain

James, 12, sported a navy suit while his big sister, Lady Louise opted for a polka dot skirt and blue woolen coat to keep warm in the December rain

James, 12, sported a navy suit while his big sister, Lady Louise opted for a polka dot skirt and blue woolen coat to keep warm in the December rain

Hello Gan Gan! Viscount Severn, the 12th-in-line to the throne greets his Grandmother, the Queen as she exits a Rolls Royce and arrives at church

Hello Gan Gan! Viscount Severn, the 12th-in-line to the throne greets his Grandmother, the Queen as she exits a Rolls Royce and arrives at church

Hello Gan Gan! Viscount Severn, the 12th-in-line to the throne greets his Grandmother, the Queen as she exits a Rolls Royce and arrives at church

The Duke is expected to be in hospital for a few days ‘for observation’ – and his admission was understood to have been planned – but it is not yet known if he will miss Christmas Day with his wife, children and grandchildren.

The family’s traditional Christmas Day church service will be held at St Mary Magdalene Church.  

Prince George and Princess Charlotte could attend the service for the first time this year, according to reports.

However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be absent, instead opting to spend their first Christmas as parents with the Duchess’s mother Doria Ragland.

In recent years the Queen has been driven by chauffeur to the church on December 25 while other family members walk the short distance from Sandringham House to join her.

Police using anti-vehicle barriers at a security checkpoint ahead of Queen Elizabeth II attending a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk today

Police using anti-vehicle barriers at a security checkpoint ahead of Queen Elizabeth II attending a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk today

Police using anti-vehicle barriers at a security checkpoint ahead of Queen Elizabeth II attending a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk today

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