The Queen and members of the Royal Family have attended the Christmas Eve service on the Sandingham Estate in Norfolk.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh arrived in Norfolk for her annual Christmas break aboard the 10.44 train from King's Cross into King's Lynn on Thursday.
The Queen usually stays on her estate in West Norfolk until early February carrying out a number of engagements in the local area.
Her Majesty is a member of the Sandringham WI and attends the annual meeting in the New Year.
It is thought that more than 20 of her children, grand children and great-grandchildren will be joining her on her Norfolk estate this Christmas, including Prince Harry's new fiancee Meghan Markle.