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Brave Queen returns to work for first time since Prince Philip’s funeral

The Queen has bravely returned to work for the first time since her late husband Prince Philip’s funeral.

The monarch, 95, held video calls from Windsor Castle on Tuesday, Buckingham Palace said.

The Duke of Edinburgh passed away peacefully in his sleep on April 9, aged 99.

A memorial service was then held in St. George’s Chapel on April 17, attended by 30 of his closest friends and relatives.

The Queen held audiences with the Ambassador from the Republic of Latvia and the Ambassador from the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire.

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Queen Elizabeth II appears on a screen by videolink from Windsor Castle, where she is in residence, during a virtual audience to receive Her Excellency Sara Affoue Amani, the Ambassador of Cote d'Ivoire, at Buckingham Palace, London
The Queen spoke to Her Excellency Sara Affoue Amani, the Ambassador of Cote d’Ivoire

Pictures show the monarch – clad in a light blue dress – smiling on-screen while talking to the dignitaries.

The last time the Queen was seen in public she was dressed all in black at her husband’s funeral, poignantly sat alone.



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