Queen is all smiles as she makes her first public appearance in a fortnight

THE Queen was back on her feet yesterday as she presented a medal to a concert organist.

Her Majesty, 95, made her public first appearance in two weeks to hand Thomas Trotter, 64, the annual Queen’s Medal for Music at Windsor Castle.

The Queen, who had a chair closeby, last received Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey on November 24.

In October, she spent a night in hospital for tests and then resumed only light duties.

She resumed “light duties” shortly after.

Prince Charles stood in for her at the COP conference in Glasgow and she missed Remembrance Sunday due to a sprained back.

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