King Charles spent what would have been Queen Elizabeth's 98th birthday at church in Scotland

King Charles attended a church service near Balmoral on his late mother, Queen Elizabeth's birthday.



King Charles spent what would have been the late Queen Elizabeth's 98th birthday at church in Scotland.

The 75-year-old monarch - who is currently undergoing treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer - was seen driving himself and Queen Camilla, 76, to Crathie Kirk near Balmoral Castle on Sunday (21.04.24).

Tributes poured in for the queen, with Sarah, Duchess of York - who was married to Elizabeth II's son Prince Andrew, 64, with whom she has daughters Princess Beatrice, 35, and Princess Eugenie, 34 - paying a touching tribute to her mother-in-law.

The 64-year-old author wrote on Instagram: "Today we are remembering Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on what would have been her 98th birthday. Thank you for all that you have taught us, for being a steadfast leader and dear friend. You are sorely missed."

The 'Her Heart For a Compass' writer was entrusted with the care of Her Late Majesty's beloved corgis when she passed away in September 2022, and recently shared that she likes to snap a Digestive biscuit for them in the same way the late monarch would.

Speaking on UK TV show 'Lorraine', she said: "There's now seven dogs, five Norfolks and two corgis. The Norfolks tend to be a little territorial with the corgis. The corgis are bigger so there's a few punch-ups but they fine, they're very fine. I remember what the Queen would do, she used to break a little Digestive biccy.

"When I break it, they come running because they can remember the nose, her little hands... it was so sweet! So I sort of do that ritual and everyone gets cross with me for feeding the dogs too much!"