Dressed in a regal red coat and a matching hat, the Queen looked a little chilly.
She wore her black gloves with fur embellishments and had a blue blanket covering her legs to stay warm.
It is unclear who is in the car with the Queen as she also had a fur border on her red hat.
The UK weather forecast predicted freezing temperatures as there has a been a “massive drop” in the mercury across parts of the country.
The UK weather forecast looks chilly for the next day or so before temperatures rise again later in the month.
The Met Office said, particularly in the north of the country, things had become particularly chilly.
Meteorologist Steven Keates said: “There has been a massive drop in the temperature.
“This is typical of autumn where we can experience a big change in fortunes from one day to the next.
“It has almost gone from summer to winter in the space of 24 hours.”
A shock forecast has revealed that residents across Wales, the Midlands, southern England and the Scottish borders could experience a drop to -3C by tonight.
This comes as Hurricane Leslie is set to wreak havoc on Britain’s weather systems next week,with a bizarre battle between tropical air and an Arctic blast.
Met Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern warned of a bizarre blend of weather elements amid concerns that powerful winds and rain could batter the country.
McGivern said: “Hurricane Leslie is associated is very warm tropical air, and there is very cold air coming out of Canada.
“That Arctic air will tumble south into the jet stream, and where we get the collision of the Arctic air and tropical air, that is fuel to that southward diving jet stream.
Last week the Queen was seen attending church and waving to royal supporters.
Although Prince Philip was nowhere to be seen, Prince Charles, 69, and Camilla, 71, were seen driving to the church in Scotland.
The Queen’s visit to Crathie Kirk is expected to her last one as her annual summer holiday in Scotland comes to an end.
The 92-year-old monarch will return to London soon before heading to Windsor to celebrate her granddaughter Princess Eugenie’s upcoming wedding.
And the royal outing comes as Ladbrokes release their favourite odds for the wedding on Friday October 12.
The colour of the Queen’s hat always generates a flurry of bets, blue is the favourite at 2/1, followed by pink 3/1, orange 4/1, purple 5/1, and green or yellow at 6/1.