The cost to the taxpayer of supporting the monarchy rose slightly over the last financial year according to Buckingham Palace accounts.
The Queen's official expenditure increased by £200,000, from £32.1 million in 2010/11 to £32.3 million in 2011/12, a rise of 0.6%.
Civil List funding which is mainly used to pay the wages of of Royal Household staff fell by £100,000 to £13.6 million.
The taxpayer funds used to pay for official air and rail travel at home and abroad for members of the Royal Family increased by £100,000 from £6 million in 2010/11 to £6.1 million in 2011/12.
There was also an increase in spending on property services - money used for the upkeep of royal residences and other buildings - from £11.9 million to £12.2 million.
But the cost of running the Buckingham Palace press office, maintaining the official website and providing information to the public fell from £500,000 to £400,000.
Royal finances are in a transitional phase as the old system is phased out and a new Sovereign Grant funding model is introduced.It will replace money from the Civil List, Government funds which cover the official expenses of the Queen and her household, and grants-in-aid.
Under the new grant, the Queen will receive 15% of the profits from the £6.7 billion Crown Estate.
The grant for the 2012/13 financial year has already been set at £31 million but for 2013/14, when the new formula begins, it is estimated to be worth £36 million.