The Queen has visited the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King's Lynn to open a new MRI scanner
The Queen joined Women's Institute members in Sandringham for tea, cakes and a rousing rendition of Jerusalem on her annual visit to her local WI. The Queen is the honorary president of the organisation.
The WI in Sandringham is expecting to welcome its most famous member today.
Every January the Norfolk branch of the Women's Institute invites its president, Her Majesty The Queen. She is due to attend a special branch meeting later this afternoon.
The Queen missed a Sunday church service today at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk after suffering from a cold, Buckingham Palace said.
While at Sandringham she usually visits St Mary Magdalene Church every Sunday, but today dozens of well wishers who turned up to see the monarch were disappointed when she did not attend.
A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said: "The Queen was getting over the tail end of a cold. We are expecting business as usual next week."
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Sandringham in Norfolk has been the private home of four generations of British monarchs since 1862.