The Queen, 93, was envisioned going to the 11 am administration in a sleek monochrome dress and coordinating cap. The administration for the 83-year-old, who was the widow of the seventh Earl of Carnarvon and previous caretaker of the château, all the more broadly known as Downton Abbey from the honor winning ITV dramatization arrangement, was held at Highclere Parish Church of Saint Michaels and All Angels. The Countess was a dear companion of the Queen, whose spouse filled in as the Queen’s dashing chief and passed away on April 11.
The Queen was welcomed by Jeanie’s child George Herbert, the present Earl of Carnarvon and the Queen’s Godson, and his better half Fiona Lady Carnarvon outside the congregation.
Among the assembly were the Duchess of Cornwall’s ex Andrew Parker Bowles and Jeanie’s two other youngsters Harry and Carolyn.
The royal lady was part English, part American, and is best recognized as the author and President of the Newbury Spring Festival.
In 1956 she wedded the seventh Earl of Carnarvon in St James Episcopal Church in New York in 1956.
They proceeded to have three kids, George, Henry and Carolyn.
Mr Herbert turned into the Queen’s dashing supervisor in 1969, and Her Majesty routinely remained with the couple at Milford Lake House, where they kept on living after Henry prevailing as seventh Earl of Carnarvon in 1987.
At the point when Lord Carnarvon kicked the bucket in 2001, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip flew down from Balmoral to go to his memorial service.
Jeanie and The Queen stayed dear companions, and she welcomed her to a show in Newbury to commend the 25th commemoration of the Spring Festival.