Published: 20th May 2014
Her Majesty the Queen attended the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show in London on Monday.
She was joined on her visit by the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Beatrice.
The Queen dressed for the occasion in a floral trimmed lilac jacket with matching floral skirt and cool white gloves . She finished off her fitting ensemble by wearing a brooch that was presented to her by the Royal Horticultural Society in 2012.
Judging from her outfit alone, it's no surprise that the Queen has an avid interest in gardening and the great outdoors.
The first port of call on the tour was Alan Titchmarsh's Britain in Bloom garden which she's believed to have thought was 'great fun'.
She also visited a floral tribute to the fallen of the First World War, which saw her walk through a replica trench, complete with sandbags and floral mud designs and metal garden accessory rats.
Other familiar faces included Piers Morgan, Michael McIntyre, Rowan Atkinson, Susanna Reid, Jennifer Saunders and Gaby Roslin.
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