Buckingham Palace have confirmed that the Queen is "continuing to recuperate" from a lingering cold that meant she had to miss two church services at Sandringham over Christmas.
Queen Elizabeth II wasn't able to attend both the Christmas Day and New Year's Day services due to her ill-health.
Buckingham Palace says The Queen "continues to recuperate " and is expected to carry out next public engagement in Feb @itvanglia
However, she is now believed to be making good progress and should be fine to carry out her next public engagement in February.
The Palace also added that she is continuing to deal with the documents she receives in her ministerial red boxes on a daily basis.
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The Duke of Edinburgh braved challenging weather conditions to attend the annual New Year’s Day church service at Sandringham this morning.
The Duke was driven to the service at the St Mary Magdalene Church in a Range Rover, while other members of the Royal Family walked.
The Queen missed the service as she continues to recover from a heavy cold.
Buckingham Palace have confirmed the Queen will not attend the New Year's Day church service at Sandringham as she continues to recover from a lingering cold.
In a statement, the Palace said Queen Elizabeth II doesn't "yet feel ready to attend church" and will instead continue to recuperate.
She and the Duke of Edinburgh were forced to delay their annual trip to Norfolk due to the illness, and she also recently missed the Christmas Day service for the first time in 28 years.
Although the Queen hasn't been seen in public for more than a week now, it's understood she's up and about.
The Duke is expected to attend the service as normal which will be led by the Bishop of Norwich.
The Queen may miss tomorrow's New Year's Day church service at Sandringham.
A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman says a decision will be made in the morning as to whether she's well enough to attend.
The 90-year-old monarch has not been seen in public for 11 days .
A heavy cold forced her to miss the Christmas Day service at Sandringham for the first time in 28 years.
The Queen is continuing to recover from her heavy cold and is still in the residence of Sandringham.
We probably will not know what is happening until the morning.
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