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The Queen dons a pop of bright lipstick and a pink-trimmed coat at Westminster Abbey 

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The Queen brightened up a grey morning with a pop of pink lipstick as she arrived at Westminster Abbey for the 750th anniversary service today.

Her Royal Highness, 93, beamed as she arrived in a rare joint appearance with the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, for the service this morning.

The royal wore a grey coat with a pretty pink lining, and matched the colour with a perfect pop of fuschia lipstick.

Meanwhile Camilla wore a duck-egg blue ensemble with a matching hat for the occasion, finishing her look with a snakeskin clutch bag. 

The Queen, 93, wore a smart grey coat for the occasion with a pretty pink hem lining, and a complimenting hat

The Queen, 93, wore a smart grey coat for the occasion with a pretty pink hem lining, and a complimenting hat

Meanwhile Camilla, 72, wore a smart duck egg blue coat, and paired the look with a trendy snakeskin clutch bag

Meanwhile Camilla, 72, wore a smart duck egg blue coat, and paired the look with a trendy snakeskin clutch bag 

The Queen beamed as she met with the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster ahead of the anniversary service

The Queen beamed as she met with the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster ahead of the anniversary service

The Queen beamed as she arrived at Westminster Abbey for the service alongside daughter-in-law Camilla today. 

She was greeted by the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, who is Dean of Westminster Abbey, ahead of the anniversary.  

The royal donned a smart grey coat for the occasion, which featured a pretty pink trimming along the hemlines, and paired it with a matching hat. 

A pink floral dress was visible beneath the royal’s dove grey jacket. 

Her Royal Highness was seen beaming as she greeted Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster Abbey

Her Royal Highness was seen beaming as she greeted Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster Abbey 

The Queen and Dr John Hall seemed overjoyed to see one another as they met ahead of the service today

The Queen and Dr John Hall seemed overjoyed to see one another as they met ahead of the service today

Camilla also greeted the Dean of Westminster Abbey with a smile and a handshake as she arrived for the anniversary service

Camilla also greeted the Dean of Westminster Abbey with a smile and a handshake as she arrived for the anniversary service 

The Queen beamed as she was seen arriving alongside the Duchess of Cornwall ahead of the service at Westminster Abbey

The Queen beamed as she was seen arriving alongside the Duchess of Cornwall ahead of the service at Westminster Abbey

Her Royal Highness complimented the look with a pop of fuschia lipstick which perfectly matched her dress. 

She also wore a pair of black court shoes, gloves and handbag for the annual ceremony. 

Meanwhile Camilla wore a smart duck egg blue ensemble, with a matching hat,  which she complimented with a pair of smart nude heels.

The Duchess also carried a trendy snake-skin clutch bag for the occasion. 

The Queen and Camilla made a rare joint appearance today as they arrived at Westminster Abbey ahead of the anniversary service

The Queen and Camilla made a rare joint appearance today as they arrived at Westminster Abbey ahead of the anniversary service 

Camilla made a rare joint appearance alongside the Queen, and wore a pretty duck-egg ensemble for the occasion

Camilla made a rare joint appearance alongside the Queen, and wore a pretty duck-egg ensemble for the occasion 

The royal  donned a smart dove-grey coat with a bright pink trim and accessorised with a feathered hat

The royal  donned a smart dove-grey coat with a bright pink trim and accessorised with a feathered hat 

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Both royals beamed as they arrived ahead of the service, which is set to mark the 750th anniversary of Westminster Abbey.  

The Queen smiled as she greeted Dr John Hall, who is set to retire at the beginning of November after 13 years at the Abbey.  

The appointment of his successor will be made by the Queen following an open application process. 

The Dean of the Abbey could be seen chatting to Her Royal Highness as they walked together into the anniversary service. 

Her Royal Highness and the Duchess of Cornwall looked relaxed as they arrived to attend the service at Westminster Abbey

Her Royal Highness and the Duchess of Cornwall looked relaxed as they arrived to attend the service at Westminster Abbey 

Dr John Hall could be seen speaking to the Queen as they walked into the anniversary service together

Dr John Hall could be seen speaking to the Queen as they walked into the anniversary service together 

The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, who married the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, was seen chatting to the royal as she arrived at the service

The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, who married the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, was seen chatting to the royal as she arrived at the service 

Her Royal Highness appeared in great spirits as she listened to the Very Reverent John Hall ahead of the anniversary service

Her Royal Highness appeared in great spirits as she listened to the Very Reverent John Hall ahead of the anniversary service 

And on her arrival inside the church, the Monarch could be seen listening intently while speaking to Dr Hall, while the Duchess of Cornwall looked on. 

Westminster Abbey was consecrated on 13 October 1269, after Henry III rebuilt a basilica on the site as Edward the Confessor’s original church. 

The service today will mark the anniversary by placing some of the abbey’s most beloved treasures on show, including a grant of land from 960 which enabled the establishment of the first Benedictine monastry where the abbey now stands.  

Meanwhile two 13th-century manuscripts signed by Henry III will be on public show for the first time in the abbey’s galleries.

The royal could be seen speaking with Dr John while they discussed the anniversary service, while the Duchess of Cornwall looked on

The royal could be seen speaking with Dr John while they discussed the anniversary service, while the Duchess of Cornwall looked on 

The Queen appeared overjoyed to be attending the anniversary service, which marks 750 years since the Abbey was consecrated on the site

The Queen appeared overjoyed to be attending the anniversary service, which marks 750 years since the Abbey was consecrated on the site 

Her Royal Highness appeared relaxed as she and Dr John walked through the Abbey earlier today

Her Royal Highness appeared relaxed as she and Dr John walked through the Abbey earlier today  

The Queen smiled broadly as she met with members of the clergy ahead of the anniversary service today

The Queen smiled broadly as she met with members of the clergy ahead of the anniversary service today 

During the service, Dr John Hall acknowledged the lengthy history of the Abbey, saying: ‘Today we celebrate the history of this Abbey and its Church and mark it’s continuing significance as a place of worship and of memorial, standing firmly for faith at the heart of our nation and Commonwealth and of the wider world.’

It comes amid a busy week for the Queen, who returned to work after her summer in Balmoral on Friday. 

The royal spent her first day back visiting Haig Housing Development, which has been providing housing assistance to veterans for over 100 years, in London.

And yesterday, the Monarch outlined the government’s new legislative package in the a speech at the State Opening of Parliament.  

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