Queen Elizabeth is returning to work for the first time since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they’re stepping down as senior royals.
The 93-year-old monarch is set to attend her first official engagements of 2020 on Monday, February 3, according to People magazine. The queen will depart her Sandringham estate in Norfolk and travel to King’s Lynn, where she’ll visit the Royal Air Force Marham. (She’s an Honorary Air Commodore of the station.)
Then on Wednesday, February 5, Queen Elizabeth will celebrate the opening of the new Wolferton Pumping Station, which will protect King’s Lynn from flooding. After the event, the royal will return to London, where she’ll stay indefinitely.
This will be Queen Elizabeth’s first official appearance of the new year. Although she was scheduled to attend an annual tea last week at the Women’s Institute, the monarch canceled at the last minute because she was under the weather.