Queen Elizabeth II was seen in public today for the first time since a set of health troubles dating back to late October.

Her public comeback was for a meaningful event, too: a rare joint christening for two of her great-grandsons. The sons of Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall were baptized at All Saints Chapel in Windsor on the evening of Nov. 21.

Watch: Queen Elizabeth spotted at royal christening today

So far, the royals haven't shared visuals from the christening, and it's possible they won't at all. But several family members were photographed arriving and departing from the event — the Queen included.

Queen Elizabeth was driven by Range Rover to and from the ceremony. She wore a bright green outfit and was seen riding solo in the back seat.

Photographers snapped some photos as the Queen exited the church, and you can watch video of the moment above.

Queen Elizabeth II arrives at royal christening ceremony on Nov. 21.

You can also click here for more details on the joint royal christening. It's believed that Prince Charles brought Holy Water from his Middle East trip for the new ceremony.

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