The surprise visit of Queen Elizabeth to the Paddington opening of Elizabeth Line, London’s new commuter line, delighted royalty fans as well as commuters.
Although it was thought that the Queen wouldn’t be there due to her ongoing health problems, she looked radiant in her yellow coat as she went out.
Queen Elizabeth looked happy as she was taken around Paddington’s Elizabeth Line Station with Prince Edward. She even got to try an Oyster card.
The royal news is coming after Prince Harry expressed fears about ‘innocent Archie’ and Lilibet’ over ‘online hate’.
Fans and observers were shocked to see Her Majesty at the opening ceremony of Elizabeth Line. It was originally thought that she would miss the occasion due to her ongoing mobility problems.
She arrived in central London, even though she was having health problems, and she was wearing a beautiful yellow coat with Prince Edward beside her.
This beautiful moment was taken and uploaded to the Royal Family’s Instagram with the caption “Celebrating opening of the Elizabeth Line!” Today, Her Majesty and the Earl of Wessex were at Paddington Station to celebrate The Queen’s birthday.
“The Queen, The Earl and others who were key to Crossrail, as well as those who will run the railway, including drivers and apprentices.
She looked radiantly beautiful and fans were thrilled to hear about it.
One commented, “She looks incredible!”
One commenter said, “Lovely seeing the Queen out of her house!”
A third fan also praised her ensemble for spring, saying, “Lovely to be Queen! She looks stunning in yellow!”
The Queen surprised commuters with a surprise visit and even gave them a chance to see her try out an Oyster card.
As she was taught how to use ticket machines, the 96-year old smiled and used her commemorative card for the purchase of the Elizabeth Line’s first ticket.