With the royal family very much in the news, the Queen has paid a touching tribute to husband Prince Philip.
The Duke of Edinburgh remains in hospital after being admitted on February 17.
But it’s clear he isn’t far form Her Majesty’s thoughts as she paid tribute during her televised address on Commonwealth Day (March 7).
Royal family celebrate Commonwealth Day
During the show – which was aired by the BBC – the Queen gave her annual address to the nations.
Other members of the royal family, including Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Sophie Wessex, also joined in.
But it was the Queen’s jewels during her address that harked back to a golden age and paid tribute to Philip.
With her 99-year-old husband still in hospital after a heart procedure, she wore a sapphire chrysanthemum brooch that she first wore on her honeymoon.