Holyrood Week dropped last year because of the pandemic.
As the first official visit north of the border since the loss of her husband, Queen is visiting Scotland for Holyrood Week visits. She will carry out in-person engagements commemorating the Scottish community, innovation and history over the next four days.
Those are the part of her traditional tour to Scotland for Holyrood Week.
Queen with William and Anne in Scotland for Holyrood Week visits
Queen Elizabeth will be met first by Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, also identified as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland, and then by Princess Royal.
Queen stay ay her official residence for Holyrood Week
The Queen will stay at her official residence in Scotland, the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. Prince William will join the Queen at engagements on Monday. Meanwhile, Princess Anne will escort her on Wednesday and Thursday.
Queen will join Holyrood Week
Holyrood Week dropped last year because of the pandemic. However, this year, Holyrood Week will not held traditional events in which thousands of people appearing to join the garden party at Holyroodhouse. The reason is the Government guidelines.
Buckingham Palace gives a series of tweets on Sunday. It told the Queen and Royal Family member arrival at Scotland for celebrating Scottish communities, culture, and achievement.