The Queen was all smiles as she arrived at Derby Cathedral for the annual Royal Maundy Service on Thursday.
During the ceremony, the Queen presented Maundy money to pensioners recommended by the clergy in recognition of service to the church and the community.
Yeoman of the Guard processed through the cathedral carrying the money in small leather purses.
Each recipient - 84 men and 84 women to mark the Queen's age - were handed a red purse containing £5 coins and 50p pieces and a white purse containing specially minted coins.
Monarchs have given money to their subjects on Maundy Thursday since the 13th Century, although the tradition of them washing the recipients' feet ended centuries ago.
The money in the red purse is in lieu of food and clothing while the money in the white purse adds up to as much in pence as the Queen's age.
The coins have traditionally been struck in sterling and are legal tender, and were changed from old currency to new following decimalisation in 1971.
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