Queen arrives at church ahead of summit on Meghan Markle and Prince Harrys royal role with Charles and Wills tomorrow


THE Queen has arrived at church today ahead of her historic summit with Prince Harry on Monday – which will determine his future within the royal family.

The beloved monarch, 93, was pictured this morning wearing a brown hat and matching coat as she travelled to Sunday Service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk.

The Queen arrives at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham ahead of her historic summit with Prince Harry tomorrow

The monarch, 93, appeared to wave at someone as she made her way to church amid the biggest royal crisis in decades

Peter Phillips, Princess Anne’s son, said his grandmother was feeling “alright” when asked how she was bearing up as he walked to church.

On Monday, Charles, William and the Queen will meet Harry for the first time since his announcement this week that he and wife Meghan were quitting as senior royals.

At the summit, which will take place in Sandringham, Her Majesty will aim to sort the Sussexes roles.

Duchess Meghan could also join the meeting via conference call after fleeing the UK on Thursday – only one day after the couple’s bombshell announcement.

The Queens former press secretary Dickie Arbiter said tonight: This is a landmark meeting which is absolutely unprecedented.

A Palace source confirmed they will also discuss the next steps for the monarchy, with an announcement due within days.

The Queen, Harry, Charles and William will discuss a hastily-drafted document outlining various options for The Firm.

We can also reveal that Harry agreed to quit afterMeghan vowed not to return to the UK full time.

The summit comes as the royals face their biggest crisis since Princess Dianas death in 1997.

The couple announced they were stepping down as senior royals and moving to North America

Charles, William and the Queen will join Harry at the summit in Sandringham