Prince Andrew joins his parents at Sandringham church service today

The Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Eugenie walking to Sandringham Church for morning service. Pictur

The Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Eugenie walking to Sandringham Church for morning service. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

Prince Andrew and his daughter Princess Eugenie joined the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at St Mary Magdalene church in Sandringham for this morning's ?service.

The Duke of York and the Duke of Edinburgh walking back to Sandringham House after morning service.

The Duke of York and the Duke of Edinburgh walking back to Sandringham House after morning service. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

About 100 Royal watchers gathered to see the Queen, who wore pink for the Sunday morning service.

She was greeted outside the church by Reverend Canon Jonathan Riviere, and waved to the crowd.

Among those enjoying the milder weather was Maureen Doggett. from Little Downham, near Ely.

She said: 'We came on Christmas Day, and the atmosphere was lovely, but we thought it would be nice to come back, when there were not so many people.'

The Queen leaving Sandringham Church by car. Picture: Ian Burt

The Queen leaving Sandringham Church by car. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

Norma Bayes, from Marham, added: 'We came last year and it's my birthday today, so that's my treat.

'We've seen the Queen several times before. I came many years ago when I was a child.'

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The Queen is expected to attend two more Sunday church services on her estate before she returns to London in early February.