The Queen headed to church alone as anti-terror barriers protected her

THE Queen headed to church alone yesterday as anti-terror barriers were readied to protect her.

Her Majesty, 92, in cerise pink, took part in the morning service minus other major royals.

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The Queen headed to the Mary Magdalene Church without Prince Philip[/caption]

William, Kate, Harry, Meghan, Charles and Camilla all stayed at home. Prince Philip, 97, was again absent after missing the Christmas Day service.

Armed cops patrolled the estate and the Pitagone mobile barriers were thought to have been set up on four roads leading to Mary Magdalene Church.

They have not been seen at Sandringham before. Cops would not say if there had been any threat.

The Queen and her lady-in-waiting were driven to church in a maroon Bentley.

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The anti-terror barriers were thought to have been set up on four roads although police would not say whether there had been any threat[/caption]

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Around 3,000 gathered outside Mary Magdalene Church, though the younger royals were absent[/caption]

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Prince Philip, 97, was again absent after missing the Christmas Day service[/caption]

Princess Anne and husband Tim Lawrence, Prince Edward, the Countess of Wessex and their daughter Lady Louise, 15, all walked there.

Around 3,000 gathered outside — one of the biggest crowds for a Sunday service on the estate.

 

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Art gallery owner Alison Parriss, 55, said of the Queen: “Her outfit looked the perfect antidote to a winter’s morning. She looked fantastically well. She always looks wonderful.”

Alan Mowton who has been at services for the past 41 Christmases: “It is always nice to see Philip but I can understand him not being here. Hopefully, we will see him another time.”



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