With the warmer weather of summer behind them, Queen Elizabeth II rugged up as she took her dogs for a walk in Balmoral.
The Queen has been staying at her Scottish residence, Balmoral Estate where she has been enjoying her annual summer break.
Despite the chilly weather, the Monarch was looking relaxed as she took a stroll in the countryside with friends.
The Queen was sporting a tartan skirt with a maroon and navy patterned jumper and a warm quilted puffy vest. She accessories her look with simple black shoes and a colourful head scarf.
Prince Phillip was also spotted out and about. The Duke of Edinburgh was seen looking fit and healthy, driving on the estate.
Meanwhile, The Queen was also seen heading to a church service at Crathie Kirk, near the Balmoral estate.
She was joined by Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband, Phillip. Also in attendance was her granddaughter-in-law, Autumn Phillips as well as Prince Charles and Camilla.
The Queen and Phillip are nearing the end of their summer break and are expected to head back to London soon, where The Queen will resume royal duties.
But, in the meantime, The Queen is said to be planning a lavish birthday bash for Prince Charles 70th birthday which takes place on November 14.
While details of the event are believed to be under wraps, royal insiders revealed to the Daily Mail that invitations have already been sent out.
The private affair is reportedly being organised by The Queen’s private office, but the Monarch is paying for the lavish event out of her own funds.