The Queen seems to be having the ultimate summer break as she and other members of the royal family reunite to spend quality time off together.
According to new reports, Prince Andrew and his former wife Sarah Ferguson have travelled up Scotland to meet the Queen, and going by some new pictures, they certainly look to be having a relaxing time together.
In the new pictures, the Queen is seen travelling in the back seat of a car sitting alongside her son Prince Andrew as the pair travel to a Sunday church service in Balmoral.
Joining the mother-and-son-duo were Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall who were seen travelling in a separate car.
Also in attendance for the Sunday service was none other than Princess Beatrice, who has also travelled up to Scotland to spend some time with her regal grandmother.
While it's nothing unusual for the Queen herself to attend church every Sunday in Crathie during her summertime stay up in Balmoral each year, she's not as often flanked by so many members of the royal family.
It is also understood that Princess Eugenie has also joined the royal crew up north, as well as her husband Jack Brooksbank and Beatrice's partner Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
August is usually a quiet time for the royals, who often take leave from their royal duties to spend some time holidaying and enjoying the nice weather.
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Over the next few weeks, it is expected that the Queen will be joined by a number of other royal family members, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as granddaughter Zara and Mike Tindall.
Both young families have been having plenty of their own fun this summer - just last week both Kate and William took their young children Prince George and Princess Charlotte along to the King's Cup regatta in London where they were seen having plenty of fun waterside.
And the Tindalls have been having a grand old summer too - Zara and Mike were pictured with their two young daughters Mia, five, and one-year-old Lena at the Gatcombe Festival of Eventing in Gloucestershire.
In the candid new pictures, royal fans delighted in seeing how grown up the young girls were, with little Lena already taking her first public steps. How time flies!
Here's hoping we get to see some more of this adorable family over the coming months.
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