Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II looks at the grave of the Unknown Warrior during a service to mark the centenary of the burial of the Unknown Warrior ahead of Remembrance Sunday at Westminster Abbey in London on November 4, 2020. (Photo: AARON CHOWN, PA WIRE/AFP via Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II donned a face mask for the first time publicly last week in new photos released over the weekend from a brief ceremony at Westminster Abbey, though she did not wear one Sunday for a scaled-back Remembrance Day service. 

The 94-year-old monarch appeared Wednesday at an indoor ceremony a day prior to England’s four-week coronavirus lockdown to mark the centenary of the burial of the Unknown Warrior. She wore a black face mask with white trim to match, according to photos released late Saturday night. 

The queen made her first public appearance last month at the Defence Science and Technology