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he Sandringham Estate has opened up to the public for drive-in movie events. he Sandringham Estate has opened up to the public for drive-in movie events. 

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The Queen usually attends the Braemar Gathering's Highland Games while staying at Balmoral Castle in ScotlandThe Queen usually attends the Braemar Gathering's Highland Games while staying at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

Why today would have been a fun day for the Queen and the royal family | HELLO!

THE QUEEN has missed one of her favourite events today which she has attended every year since she took to the throne.THE QUEEN has missed one of her favourite events today which she has attended every year since she took to the throne.

The Queen misses favourite event she has attended every year since 1952 | Royal | News | Express.co.uk

Queen Elizabeth II's Sandringham Residence is hosting a drive-in movie experience this month. Guests will be able to watch everything from 'Grease' to 'Moana' at her Majesty's beloved country estate. Yes, you're invited!

Queen Elizabeth II Is Turning Her Sandringham Residence Into a Drive-in Movie Theater

Her Majesty, 94, will open up Sandringham Estate to the public as a drive-in cinema, which will cost £32.50 per car. The showings will run from 25-27th September and will kick off with 1917.

The Queen will open Sandringham to the public as a drive-in cinema

The 94-year-old monarch was taught to not eat with her hands, so has devised a unique way to eat her burgers.The 94-year-old monarch was taught to not eat with her hands, so has devised a unique way to eat her burgers.

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Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham Estate to Host Drive-in Movies | Hollywood Reporter

Queen Elizabeth Is Turning Her Country House Into a Drive-In Movie Theater – Movie List Revealed! Queen Elizabeth is having some fun renovations done to her country home. The 94-year-old monarch is hosting drive-in movies this month at her Sandringham estate…Find out more inside!

Queen Elizabeth Is Turning Her Country House Into a Drive-In Movie Theater – Movie List Revealed! | Queen Elizabeth : Just Jared

When Princess Diana died, her sons Princes William and Harry were onholiday with the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family in Balmoral - and theydidn't return to London straightawayWhen Princess Diana died, her sons Princes William and Harry were onholiday with the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family in Balmoral - and theydidn't return to London straightaway

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Tickets cost £32.50 for the socially-distanced cinema experience featuring a series of top films on Friday September 25 Tickets cost £32.50 for the socially-distanced cinema experience featuring a series of top films on Friday September 25

The Queen allows Sandringham Estate grounds to be used for drive-through movie event - MyLondon

Tickets for the event at The Queen's Sandringham Estate will cost £32.50 per car Tickets for the event at The Queen's Sandringham Estate will cost £32.50 per car

Sandringham drive-in cinema: Tickets, how to book, movies, social distancing and more - Cambridgeshire Live

Queen Elizabeth may not be the biggest fan of pizza, but that doesn’t mean she’s opposed to other popular foods. In fact, according to a new report, Her Majesty enjoys an occasional burger.  

Queen Elizabeth Has an Interesting Way of Eating Burgers, According to a Royal Chef - PureWow

Enjoy a socially-distanced movie night like a member of the royal family.Enjoy a socially-distanced movie night like a member of the royal family.

The Queen Is Opening Sandringham Estate as a Drive-in Movie Theater

The drive-in screenings will take place on the estate from Sept. 25-27, with three daily showtimes. Tickets are about $40. The drive-in screenings will take place on the estate from Sept. 25-27, with three daily showtimes. Tickets are about $40.

Queen Elizabeth is turning her Sandringham estate into drive-in movie theater amid COVID-19 crisis - AOL Entertainment

The Queen's country home Sandringham, where the royal family typically spend their Christmas holidays, is opening to the public as a drive-in movie theatre this month.The Queen's country home Sandringham, where the royal family typically spend their Christmas holidays, is opening to the public as a drive-in movie theatre this month.

The Queen is turning one of her country homes into a drive-in theatre for the public

Enjoy a movie night in royal style. Queen Elizabeth is turning her Sandringham Estate country home into a drive-in movie theatre for the public to attend. RELATED: Queen Elizabeth Considering Options Of Where To Live In The Fall The Sandringham website lists a selection of films set to play the weekend o Sept. 25, including…Enjoy a movie night in royal style. Queen Elizabeth is turning her Sandringham Estate country home into a drive-in movie theatre for the public to attend. RELATED: Queen Elizabeth Considering Options Of Where To Live In The Fall The Sandringham website lists a selection of films set to play the weekend o Sept. 25, including…

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The coronavirus pandemic shuttered movie theaters around the world earlier this year, and while some have reopened in various locations, Queen Elizabeth's estate is stepping in to provide quite the unique experience for those looking to catch a flick.The coronavirus pandemic shuttered movie theaters around the world earlier this year, and while some have reopened in various locations, Queen Elizabeth's estate is stepping in to provide quite the unique experience for those looking to catch a flick.

The Sandringham estate is being used as a drive-in cinema as the royal family look to cash in on an autumn movie deal.The Sandringham estate is being used as a drive-in cinema as the royal family look to cash in on an autumn movie deal.

Queen opens Sandringham to royal fans for special drive in cinema nights

Queen Elizabeth's country home of Sandringham is hosting a weekend of drive-in movies this SeptemberQueen Elizabeth's country home of Sandringham is hosting a weekend of drive-in movies this September

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Her Majesty, 94, will open up Sandringham Estate to the public as a drive-in cinema, which will cost £32.50 per car. The showings will run from 25-27th September and will kick off with 1917.Her Majesty, 94, will open up Sandringham Estate to the public as a drive-in cinema, which will cost £32.50 per car. The showings will run from 25-27th September and will kick off with 1917.

The Queen is set to open her Sandringham Estate to the public as a drive-in cinema | Daily Mail Online

The Queen is opening Sandringham Estate as a drive-through cinema for the public on Friday, September 25th until Sunday 27th. Enjoy a socially-distanced movie night like no other

The Queen is opening Sandringham Estate as a drive-through cinema

Amid the COVID-19 crisis, Queen Elizabeth II has announced that Sandringham Country Park, located on her lavish 20,000-acre Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, will feature drive-in movies later this month.Amid the COVID-19 crisis, Queen Elizabeth II has announced that Sandringham Country Park, located on her lavish 20,000-acre Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, will feature drive-in movies later this month.

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