The Queen bids farewell to 2017 by attending church at Sandringham with her family


People across the country are still making the most of the Christmas break by spending time with family - and the Queen is no exception. 
Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh were joined at church in Sandringham this morning by family members including Sophie and her husband Edward and Princess Anne.
The monarch, 91, brightened up a dull morning in a teal coat with black collar and a matching hat as she was chauffeured to church with her daughter-in-law Sophie Wessex, 52, who looked smart in a checked coat. 
Her husband Edward joined his father the Duke of Edinburgh, 96, on foot who chatted to Princess Anne as they made their way to the service. 
However, there was no sign of younger family members such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge or Prince Harry's fiancee Meghan Markle who attended church at Sandringham for the first time on Christmas Day.