Queen attends church service in King’s Lynn
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The Queen attended a service at St Lawrence Church in Castle Rising, King's Lynn, on Sunday morning.
Despite the cold morning hundreds turned out to welcome the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, as they arrived for Sunday service at St Lawrence Church, Castle Rising.
The Queen was wearing a dark green coat and hat with a lighter green dress underneath.
They were joined by the Duke of York, and the Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie who smiled to the crowds and said hello.
Young Royal fans and cousins Grace, 8, Luke, 8, Archie, 10 and Oliver 9 were excited to get their first glimpse of the Queen in person.
Brian and Linda Cobbold, from Bromley, had travelled up to Norfolk for the weekend.
For the past five years they have visited Sandringham and saw Princess Charlotte's Christening last year.
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'It is just amazing for us,' said Mr Cobbold. 'We have always appreciated them. This is fantastic you get to see them so close.'
One of the youngest Royal watcher was six-month Cameron Fuller who was next to seasoned Royal enthusiast Mary Relph.