The Queen's Christmas break in Norfolk as come to an end - as she today boarded a train bound for London.
She was photographed walking along the platform at King's Lynn station before joining other passengers on the journey to King's Cross.
The Queen arrived at the Sandringham Estate in the middle of December and has made a number of public appearances during her seven-week stay, including attending a ceremony honouring those who died in the Gallipoli campaign.
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The 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II is being celebrated in a special service at Norwich Cathedral today at 3.30pm.
The event marks sixty years since Queen Elizabeth's coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953, 18 months after she succeeded her father King George VI as monarch.
Cambridge has been getting the royal treatment as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh opened a maternity unit and rode the busRead the full story ›
Cambridge has been getting the royal treatment today as The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh opened a new £30 million pound extension to the Rosie Maternity Hospital.
It wasn't the only stop they made in Cambridge though.
Claire McGlasson followed their tour.
The Queen has officially opened a new £212 million building at the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge.Read the full story ›
The Queen officially opens a new £212 million building at the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge.
Bus driver, Michael Capper, had some royal passengers today as he took The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh for a ride on Cambridge's guided busway.
Her Majesty is visiting the city to open a new maternity hospital and take a tour of the Medical Research Council's laboratory.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh took a ride on Cambridge's guided busway this morning as they arrived in the city to visit the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology before opening a new maternity hospital this afternoon.