Monday, 8 May 2017

The Queen driving her Jaguar home from church

People love these pictures of the Queen driving her Jaguar home from church
                            The Queen likes to get behind the wheel when she can (Picture: Jim Bennett)


Prince Philip may have decided to retire, but the Queen is not going to be taking a back seat and here are the pictures to prove it.
The 91-year-old great grandmother was spotted driving through Windsor Park in her green Jaguar.
Her Majesty was on her way back from the Royal Chapel of All Saints where she had been at church.
She’s quite a fan of driving and can often be seen behind the wheel when at her estates in Balmoral, Sandringham and Windsor.
She learned to drive while serving as a mechanic during WWII for the Women’s Auxillary Territorial Service.
She doesn’t have to drive without a licence and is the only person (apart from park rangers) who is allowed to drive down the Long Walk in Windsor Great Park.


People love these pictures of the Queen driving her Jaguar home from church
           She was spotted in Windsor Great Park yesterday (Picture: Jim Bennett)
People love these pictures of the Queen driving her Jaguar home from church
    She was on her way back from the Royal Chapel of All Saints (Picture: Jim Bennett)


Last year she acted as chauffeur for the Duchess of Cambridge when she was pictured behind the wheel of a Range Rover in Balmoral.
Her Majesty hopped behind the wheel of a dark green Range Rover with the Duchess of Cambridge in the passenger seat as they drove to have lunch with Prince William.
Earlier in the day, the Duke of Cambridge had driven himself up the Capel Mounth on the way to Glen Cova.
The picnic lunch took place in the midst of a grouse shoot which saw soldiers drive the grouse towards waiting guns.
The Queen chauffeurs Kate Middleton to grouse shoot on Balmoral Estate showing she's still in driving seat
The Queen driving Kate Middleton near Loch Muick on the Balmoral Estate (Picture: Peter Jolly Northpix)

Source Metro.co.uk










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