Queen Elizabeth II is still doing paper works, but she makes sure to enjoy some time with her pets.

According to Kate Whitfield, a journalist for Express, the Queen is incredibly busy as she takes her royal duties seriously. Her Majesty's day reportedly starts by a 15-minute melody from a bagpipe player outside her window.

She spends most of her weekdays doing extensive paper works. This accounts to most of her time as she has to be updated with what's happening in the Parliament and the governments of all the other Commonwealth nations. The paperwork is delivered in red boxes and the monarch reportedly goes through them every single day without fail.

Once the paper works are done, the Queen takes her dog for a long walk, This is one of her favorite past time.

Depending on Queen Elizabeth II's schedule, she may have meetings with her staff, other members of the royal family, diplomats, bishops judges and military leaders. Once a week she meets the Prime Minister to be briefed on government matters.

The publication noted that Queen Elizabeth II only allocates 20 minutes to all of her meetings and she doesn't need to look at the clock to know that the time is up. Aside from these, Queen Elizabeth II is known for driving herself around her estate, walking in boots and heading for her country walks.

In related news, Reader's Digest shared earlier how the Queen starts her day. According to the publication, she eats her breakfast every 8:30 a.m. with her husband Prince Philip. However, she doesn't eat her morning meal on an empty stomach as she enjoys teatime upon waking up.

Queen Elizabeth Ii drinks a pot of Earl Grey tea and pairs it with tea biscuits. She doesn't add sugar to her tea but doesn't mind adding a little milk to it.

In related news, Queen Elizabeth II was last spotted on Sunday. She attended a church service with Prince Charles and Princess Anne. The monarch was photographed inside her car on the way to Crathie Kirk Church in Aberdeenshire.

Later on that day, the trio headed to watch Highland Games. They were seen laughing and smiling during the hammer throwing and tug of war games. Prince Charles' wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, was noticeably missing on the said outing.

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Queen Elizabeth II's regular day routine and hobbies revealed. Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II is driven from Crathie Kirk Church following the service on September 2, 2018 in Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Getty Images/Jeff J Mitchell