Out On The Town! Queen Elizabeth II Spotted On Train From Norfolk To London

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Feb. 11 2019, Updated 12:55 p.m. ET

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Queen Elizabeth II is just one of the people — or so it seemed this Monday, February 11, when she was spotted taking the train home! This morning, the monarch was pictured arriving at King's Lynn Railway Station to take the train from Norfolk back to Kensington Palace in London. She and Prince Philip had been staying at Sandringham House since the holidays, until the royal decided it was time to get back to reality. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to see the latest photos of the Queen and learn more.

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Queen Elizabeth II, 92, isn't taking any risks after husband Prince Philip's near-fatal car accident.

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This Monday, January 11, the monarch was pictured walking around King's Lynn Railway Station, getting ready to take the train from Norfolk to London.

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Wearing an elegant beige dress, grey coat and pearls, the Queen was flanked by her bodyguards, but looked unfazed while crossing the train station solo.

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Radar readers recall her longtime husband, Prince Philip, 97, experienced a horrific collision this January.

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"The Queen will certainly be telling him off as Prince Philip has always been a very fast driver," a source told The Sun at the time, with other outlets reporting that Prince Charles, too, has wanted his elderly father to give up driving for years.

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After getting backlash from one of the injured victims, he agreed to give up his license. What do you think about Queen Elizabeth II taking the train solo? Let us know below!

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