Her Maj wore sunglasses as she sped off in a Royal Range Rover from Windsor Castle, where grandson Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle yesterday.
She is the first member of the wedding party to emerge today following the noon nuptials at St George's Chapel.
The 600 guests were yesterday treated to a lunchtime reception at St George's Hall followed by a late-night evening bash at Frogmore Hall in the castle grounds.
Celebrations were topped off by a spectacular fireworks display following a rip-roaring performance by Elton John — when Harry joked: "Can anyone here play the piano?"
The Queen was among the last guests to arrive to the noon ceremony as she wore a summery light green coat and hat with purple flowers.
How the Royal Wedding has unfolded so far…
- Meghan wore Diana’s ring as Harry drove the pair to their star-studded receptionafter tying the knot
- Meghan changed out of her Givenchy wedding dress into a bespoke lily white high-neck silk crepe gown by Stella McCartney for the party
- Celebrities including George and Amal Clooney, the Beckhams and Oprah Winfreypartied the night away at the lavish bash
- Elton John entertained guests by singing his hit songs ‘Tiny Dancer’, ‘Your Song’ and ‘Circle of Life’ at the party
- Prince Charles ‘had reception guests in stitches’ with gags about changing Harry’s nappy before a glittering firework display
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle earlier sealed their marriage with a kiss after a groundbreaking modern Royal Wedding
- Meghan stunned in a Givenchy gown with a 15ft veil embroidered with flowers for the ceremony
- Princess Charlotte and Prince George melted hearts with their outfits for the big day
- At the ceremony American Bishop Michael Curry stole the show with an eccentric speech
She was accompanied by a sprightly-looking Prince Philip who was able to walk unaided despite a recent hip-op.
The emotional ceremony — hailed for breaking with stuffy tradition and featuring a spellbinding speech from preacher Michael Curry — passed off without a hitch.
It was followed by a grand procession around the Berkshire town where 100,000 spectators lined the streets to congratulate the happy couple.
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