Nonagenarian Queen uses walking stick during a thanksgiving service

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Queen Elizabeth 11 uses walking stick

Queen Elizabeth II used a walking stick for support Tuesday, during a thanksgiving service to mark the centenary of the Royal British Legion at Westminster Abbey.

The 95-year-old monarch was accompanied by her daughter, Princess Anne as she stepped out of a car in London this morning.

Despite her age, British Monarch is rarely seen with a walking stick, the last time she used the walking aid was in 2003 after she had knee surgery.

Beaming broadly on arrival, the monarch, dressed in a striking blue coat with Queen Mary’s Russian brooch pinned near her shoulder and a matching hat, greeted The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster.

Princess Anne, 71, exited the car on the sunny autumn day wearing a coat featuring multiple purple hues and held onto her mother’s retractable cane.