- Her Majesty looked elegant in red as she travelled to Portsmouth to see HMS Queen Elizabeth off on its maiden voyage
- The Queen accessorised her outfit with her Scarab brooch - a former gift from her beloved husband
- It follows royal news that Prince Harry reveals he can feel Princess Diana's presence and knows she would have 'been proud of him'
Her Majesty travelled to Portsmouth to bid farewell to HMS Queen Elizabeth ahead of its maiden voyage, and opted for a bold red cashmere coat for the occasion, designed by Stewart Parvin.
The 95-year-old Monarch accessorised the outfit with her beloved Scarab brooch - a gift from Prince Philip back in 1996.
This was no doubt a symbolic choice to keep her late husband close to her heart as she returns to royal duties.
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The stunning brooch - made up of rubies and diamonds - has been worn on several landmark occasions, including the professional portraits that were created to mark their 70th wedding anniversary.
It's not the first time she's subtly paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh, having chosen to wear their engagement brooch during a video call while he was in hospital fighting infection back in February.
She was greeted by Captain Angus Essenhigh, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth and Commodore Stephen Moorhouse, before stepping on board the ship to hear more about its upcoming deployment.
The team will spend 28-weeks on board HMS Queen Elizabeth, travelling from the Mediterranean to the Philippine Sea.
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