Head of State expenditure
The Queen's total spending as the head of state increased by 1% last year from £34.9m to £35.3m.
The rise was largely due to fire safety improvements at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.
While air and rail travel fell in comparison with the previous year, property costs increased.
The head of state's expenditure is met from public funds. In return, the Queen does not keep revenue from the Crown Estate.
Over all, Buckingham Palace says that head of state expenditure has fallen by almost 60% in the last decade as the Queen has made savings on how the Royal household is organised and managed.
Aside from the Civil List payment to the Queen, there was a separate £1m paid as a Parliamentary Annuity which is split between the Queen Mother (who died in March) and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Two of the costs in the previous year's accounts, postal services and IT support, have been transferred to other budgets but still fall within expenditure covered by the taxpayer.