The Queen said to be at Sandringham tonight
The Queen is reported to be at Sandringham tonight after flying up from Windsor today.
Numerous national newspaper reports said Her Majesty was on her West Norfolk estate and is expected to stay for the weekend.
The 95-year-old Queen was told by doctors not to go to the COP26 summit in Glasgow after ill health that saw her hospitalised in London for a night.
However, since then she has been seen out and about driving on the estate at Windsor and she sent a video message that was widely applauded for its ecological message when it was aired for the leaders who had gathered in Glasgow.
Buckingham Palace was remaining tight-lipped on the Queen's movements this weekend but the media said she was using the trip to Norfolk to continue her recuperation from her heavy cold so that she will be able to attend the Remembrance Day parade at the Cenotaph on November 14.
Previously it has been reported that she is committed to spending Christmas with her family at Sandringham this year so there will also be much preparation to get under way.
Last year was the first time since 1988 that she had missed staying at Sandringham at Christmas as Covid meant that she and the Duke of Edinburgh stayed at Windsor.
Prince Philip's death in April means that this will be her first Christmas at Sandringham without him by her side.