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Queen Elizabeth II has had several brushes with death over the years. Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II attends the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 11, 2019. Getty Images/Richard Pohle

Queen Elizabeth II stood out from the crowd at a polo match when she wore another one of her signature bright and colorful ensembles.

On Sunday, Queen Elizabeth II made an appearance at Cartier Queen's Polo Cup final in Windsor where she watched the match from the lower part of the Royal box. For the occasion, the monarch opted for a hot pink coat and a hat with a huge flower design in a matching color, as shown in photos obtained by Daily Mail. She contrasted her outerwear with a dress in a different shade of pink.

The Queen completed the look with a black handbag, matching leather shoes and white gloves. She also accessorized with a pearl necklace and earrings.

During the event, Queen Elizabeth presented the winning team Scone with their prize, but one polo player had gotten a little handsy with the monarch. Nicolas Pieres broke royal protocol when he embraced the Queen with one arm for a photo opportunity, Daily Mail reported.

After the Queen gave him a Cartier bag, Pieres smiled for the camera while he put an arm on Her Majesty's back. He was quickly told to move away by Queen Elizabeth's security detail, who was caught putting his hands on the polo player to catch his attention.

During the same event, the Queen was also photographed with Jenna Coleman, who sat a few rows in front of the monarch. The actress, who played Queen Victoria in the ITV series of the same name, smiled at Queen Elizabeth II when the monarch passed by. However, Her Majesty appeared unhappy with the star as she gave her a "disapproving" look in photos from the event.

Prior to attending the Windsor polo match, Queen Elizabeth II stepped out for a rare private outing last week, Hello! reported. On June 13, Prince Philip's wife was spotted at the Royal Automobile Club, where she attended the 80th birthday celebration of one of her friends, Sir Jackie Stewart.

For the bash, which was also held in honor of the retired racing driver's first British GP win 50 years ago, Queen Elizabeth chose another bright ensemble, this time donning a pale blue blazer and skirt.

"It's a tremendous honour to have Her Majesty agree to be there for the celebration. It is enormously impressive for me," the RAC, who hosted the luncheon, said in a statement to the Press Association following the event.

Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II is seen at the Chichester Theatre while visiting West Sussex on Nov. 30, 2017, in Chichester, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Stuart C. Wilson