The queen at a horse race during the Cheltenham Festival in Gloucestershire, western England. Notice the hat with a rose motif hardly has a brim which is why the queen must have chosen to wear it so that she could have a better view of the races.
Like flowers, feathers too look great on hats. Here a feather-adorned roll hat adorns the queen's head as she arrives to greet Indian President Pratibha Patil in Windsor, southern England. The ever present pearls, and brooch. This brooch is a bit playful!
The Queen was caught in a sudden hail storm on Wednesday while meeting the public in Richmond Park, southwest of London. Dark clouds overhead unleashed a torrent of ice on the monarch and a bitter wind tried to snatch away her umbrella.
An officer of the Blues and Royals, and a police offer salute, as Britain's Queen Elizabeth arrives for the Order of the Garter service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England, Monay.