The monarch left the palace for a rare night out with daughter Princess Anne and cousin Princess Alexandra.
With just a month before the United Kingdom marks her 90th birthday, Queen Elizabeth is getting in a few celebrations early. Last night, the monarch slipped out of Buckingham Palace for a casual, private dinner with her daughter Princess Anne and cousin Princess Alexandra. The trio dined at Bellamy's, a French brasserie and oyster bar located in central London.
For the occasion, Queen Elizabeth wore a festive sequined green dress, which she paired with a string of pearls, a black handbag, and her go-to low-heeled black pumps.
It's a busy time for the royals. Prince Harry is currently inNepal, where he's on an official visit on behalf of Her Majesty's government, while brother Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have been busy at home raising awareness for children's mental health. They'll all come back together at Windsor Castle for her 90th birthday on April 21, and in June, the country will mark the occasion for a four-day celebration, including a public picnic.