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Queen Elizabeth II appears for the first time since the platinum jubilee

Queen Elizabeth II appeared for the first time since celebrations to mark her 70year reign after being photographed with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall to mark the Order of the Garter service. The 96yearold monarch was photographed on Monday wearing a silverwhite dress her blue garter sash and holding a cane. She was standing between Charles and Camilla who were wearing their large velvet robes with garters.

The photograph was taken at Windsor Castle before the Garter service at St Georges Chapel. On the queens arm was a matching silver bag and in her hand was her glasses. She also wore her Garter star badge her bow brooch and silver shoes. The queen herself did not take part in the traditional procession of the Knights and Ladies of the Garter through the grounds of Berkshire Castle. Given her ongoing mobility issues this was to be expected and in recent years she has traveled by car to the place of worship. However she did attend the luncheon and the inauguration ceremony behind the scenes.

The most recent official portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle was for her platinum jubilee. The image is part of the Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation exhibition which is on view at Windsor Castle until September 26. Photo Ranald Mackechnie This portrait issued by the Royal Collection Trust was taken by photographer Dorothy Wilding in 1952 and is featured in the Platinum Jubilee The Queens Accession exhibition which is on view at Buckingham Palace until October 2. Photo Royal Collection Trust

This portrait of Queen Elizabeth by British artist Lucian Freud was completed in 2001 and caused outrage. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation. Reuters The monarch was featured in Andy Warhols Reigning Queens series of portraits created in 1985. The pop art print although not officially commissioned was later incorporated into the Royal Collection. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation. Photo Royal Collection Trust

This image of Queen Elizabeth II on her coronation day on June 2 1953 was taken by royal photographer Cecil Beaton and remains one of the most famous portraits of the monarch. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation. Photo Royal Collection Trust The portrait of Queen Elizabeth II painted by Pietro Annigoni was completed in 1956 and commissioned by the Fishmongers Company in the City of London. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee

The Queens Coronation. Pennsylvania Michael Leonards portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was painted for her 60th birthday and commissioned by Readers Digest. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation. Photo Readers Digest/Shutterstock Nigerian artist Chinwe ChukwuogoRoy painted this portrait of Queen Elizabeth II which was commissioned by the Commonwealth to commemorate her 2002 Golden Jubilee on March 10 2002. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation . Photo Royal Collection Trust

Artist Chris Levine made headlines with his controversial portrait titled Lightness of Being which shows the queen with her eyes closed. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation. Photo Royal Collection Trust
The 1963 plaster cast known as Arnold Machins Clothed Head provided the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II to be used on the 1967 British postage stamps.

The image is part of the Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation exhibition. fake images This recent portrait of the monarch titled Algorithm Queen was painted by an ultrarealistic humanoid robot artist named AiDa Robot for the platinum jubilee.
Ralph Heimanss portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was commissioned to commemorate her 60 years on the throne and hung in the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey. The image is part of the exhibition Platinum Jubilee The Queens Coronation. Photo Dean and Westminster Chapter / AFP It is the first time the queen has been photographed since the four days of festivities that celebrated her platinum jubilee last week.

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