Nearly a month after her illness, Queen Elizabeth has finally made her first public appearance of the year Hannah McKay/Pool Photo via AP
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits Marlborough House, in London, Thursday June 9, 2016, to launch a new Commonwealth Hub which brings Commonwealth organisations together in the same location to create a collaborative, dynamic and innovative way of working. (Hannah McKay/Pool Photo via AP)

Queen Elizabeth made her first public appearance since her illness in nearly a month on Sunday.

According to PEOPLE, the Queen, 90, attended church at St. Mary Magdalene church on the Queen?s Sandringham estate with Prince William and Princess Kate, along with her mother and sister.

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Buckingham Palace released a statement on Sunday that the Queen was in fact spotted out and about.

The Queen, who reportedly battled a nasty cold, missed Christmas Day and New Year’s church services.

?Her Majesty The Queen will not attend Sunday worship at Sandringham today,? Buckingham Palace said in a statement released Jan. 1, according to PEOPLE. ?The Queen does not yet feel ready to attend church, as she is still recuperating from a heavy cold.?

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Her last public appearance was on Dec. 9, when she hosted the ambassador of Liberia for a private audience at Buckingham Palace.

Melissa Gotleib is a content editor at Rare.
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