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Princess Anne steps out for first engagement since Her Majesty’s funeral

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Princess Anne has stepped out for her first royal engagement since attending her mother’s funeral on Monday.

Her Majesty’s only daughter, 72, was seen at Portsmouth Naval Base shaking hands with Royal Navy personnel taking part in the procession.

The Royal, who is Commander in Chief of HMNB Portsmouth, greeted those involved in the heartfelt ceremony in which Her Majesty laid her final resting place in Windsor.

Anne smiled as she met the staff attending her mother’s funeral, donning a black blazer over a white blouse, adorned with a navy blue scarf.

Princess Anne stepped out for her first royal engagement since attending her mother’s Queen’s funeral on Monday

Her Majesty's only daughter, 72, was seen at Portsmouth Naval Base shaking hands with Royal Navy personnel taking part in the procession

Her Majesty’s only daughter, 72, was seen at Portsmouth Naval Base shaking hands with Royal Navy personnel taking part in the procession

The Princess Royal will also visit St Omer Barracks in Aldershot to meet staff who played a pivotal role in providing logistical support during the funeral.

It comes as a number of royals are expected to show up today.

The Prince and Princess of Wales are meeting volunteers and operational staff today to thank them for their work on the Queen’s service at Windsor Castle.

Elsewhere, the Earl of Wessex visits Estonia and Germany in his role as Royal Colonel of 2nd Battalion of The Rifles and Royal Honorary Colonel of the Royal Wessex Yeomanry.

During her visit, Anne met staff from the entire Corps at St Omer Barracks, Aldershot, who played a pivotal role in providing logistical support during Queen Elizabeth II's funeral and other ceremonial duties

During her visit, Anne met staff from the entire Corps at St Omer Barracks, Aldershot, who played a pivotal role in providing logistical support during Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and other ceremonial duties

Dressed in a black suit paired with an off-white shirt and sage scarf, Anne listened intently to the officers she met during her visit.

Dressed in a black suit paired with an off-white shirt and sage scarf, Anne listened intently to the officers she met during her visit.

The Princess Royal Colonel-in-Chief of both the Royal Logistic Corps and the Royal Corps of Signals looked good at the event today

The Princess Royal Colonel-in-Chief of both the Royal Logistic Corps and the Royal Corps of Signals looked good at the event today

Princess Anne seemed to enjoy her visit and was seen laughing with some officers present

Princess Anne seemed to enjoy her visit and was seen laughing with some officers present

The Princess Royal looked business ready in a tailored black suit.  Several officers came to greet her outside

The Princess Royal looked business ready in a tailored black suit. Several officers came to greet her outside

The king's sister shook hands with some officers working on the logistics of her mother's funeral

The king’s sister shook hands with some officers working on the logistics of her mother’s funeral

The Princess Royal, who wore a discreet red lipstick, listened intently during her conversation with one of the officers

The Princess Royal, who wore a discreet red lipstick, listened intently during her conversation with one of the officers

Other officers looked on with a smile as their colleagues were allowed to shake hands with the princess

Other officers looked on with a smile as their colleagues were allowed to shake hands with the princess

Royal duties resumed yesterday, as Prince William delivered his first speech since the death of his grandmother with a speech before the Earthshot Prize summit in New York.

The Prince of Wales, 40, was set to travel to New York this week on a solo trip to deliver a speech at a conference for his environmental initiative, which aims to find solutions to restore and protect the planet. .

However, the royal canceled his trip following the Queen’s death earlier this month, looking deeply moved and pensive during his grandmother’s funeral in London and her engagement service in Windsor, on Monday.

The Prince of Wales went back to work yesterday when he recorded a message played at the conference.

The Royal, who is Commander in Chief of HMNB Portsmouth, greeted those involved in the heartfelt ceremony in which Her Majesty laid her final resting place in Windsor.

The Royal, who is Commander in Chief of HMNB Portsmouth, greeted those involved in the heartfelt ceremony in which Her Majesty laid her final resting place in Windsor.

Anne smiled as she met the staff attending her mother's funeral, donning a black blazer over a white blouse, adorned with a navy blue scarf

Anne smiled as she met the staff attending her mother’s funeral, donning a black blazer over a white blouse, adorned with a navy blue scarf

The Princess Royal will also visit St Omer Barracks in Aldershot to meet staff who played a pivotal role in providing logistical support during the funeral

The Princess Royal will also visit St Omer Barracks in Aldershot to meet staff who played a pivotal role in providing logistical support during the funeral

The Prince and Princess of Wales today meet with volunteers and operational staff to thank them for their work on the Queen's service at Windsor Castle

The Prince and Princess of Wales today meet with volunteers and operational staff to thank them for their work on the Queen’s service at Windsor Castle

Royal duties resumed yesterday, as Prince William (pictured today with Kate) delivered his first speech since his grandmother's death with a speech before the Earthshot Prize summit in New York

Royal duties resumed yesterday, as Prince William (pictured today with Kate) delivered his first speech since his grandmother’s death with a speech before the Earthshot Prize summit in New York

He began by saying, “Although it is the saddest of circumstances that I cannot be there today, I can accompany you in video form as you gather in New York for the Earthshot Prize innovation summit.”

He went on to confirm that he and Kate would be traveling to Boston in December for the second Earthshot Prize awards ceremony, adding that they are “so excited.”

It came as the royal family released two poignant photo tributes to the Queen as they began another week of mourning after a state funeral filled with emotion, ceremony and symbolism that astonished and moved the world before King Charles III personally laid his mother to rest during a private funeral earlier this week.

Her Majesty’s long journey to her final resting place began in Balmoral on the day of her death on September 8, and ended on Monday with her personal funeral next to Prince Philip, with the new king scattering earth on his mother’s coffin at 7:30 p.m.

Prince William accompanied his wife Kate and children Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the funeral on Monday, as well as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Prince William accompanied his wife Kate and children Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the funeral on Monday, as well as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

The royals went to George's Chapel for the funeral service (pictured) following the Queen's funeral at Westminster Abbey

The royals went to George’s Chapel for the funeral service (pictured) following the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey

And when she was laid to rest, the Royal Family released a tribute titled ‘In Loving Memory of Her Majesty the Queen’ and shared a never-before-seen image of the late Monarch walking through moors in her beloved Scotland and a smiling photo of her with her parents, sister and husband in Buckingham Palace.

The touching post published through the royal family’s social media accounts also covered King Charles III’s first address to the nation as monarch, quoting Shakespeare’s immortal play Hamlet – ‘May angels flee you to sing your rest’.

Queen Elizabeth II now rests forever in peace in the royal vault under St. George’s Chapel with her husband, father, mother and sister.

She is the 12th British monarch to be buried in Windsor and has chosen to be with her family according to the ‘Us Four’ principle pursued by her father George VI.

He repeatedly told his daughter that after his brother’s abdication, a happy and united royal family was the most important thing in life after the duties of a monarch.

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