Queen Elizabeth II is back to work.The reigning monarch made her first royal appearance following Prince Philip’s funeral on April 17, People magazine reported on Tuesday. The 95-year-old conducted two virtual engagements from Windsor Castle, where she has been residing for most of the past year due to the coronavirus pandemic.Elizabeth was seen smiling on-screen while wearing a floral dress and pearls as she interacted with Ivita Burmistre, ambassador from the Republic of Latvia, and Sara Affoue Amani, ambassador from the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire.ROYAL FAMILY’S TWO-WEEK MOURNING PERIOD FOLLOWING PRINCE PHILIP’S DEATH COMES TO AN END
Queen Elizabeth II appears on a screen by videolink from Windsor Castle, where she is in residence, during a virtual audience to receive Her Excellency Ivita Burmistre, the Ambassador of Latvia at Buckingham Palace on April 27, 2021, in London, England. 
(Photo by Yui Mok – Pool/Getty Images)Elizabeth ended a two-week period of royal mourning on Friday. The Duke of Edinburgh passed away on April 9 at age 99.According to the outlet, the queen resumed her duties four days after losing her husband of 73 years. The Court Circular shared she hosted a retirement ceremony at Windsor Castle in honor of Earl Peel who stepped down as Lord Chamberlain a week before Philip’s death. In addition, she has made outings within the grounds of Windsor Castle to walk her dogs.Elizabeth first met then-18-year-old Philip when she was 13 years old. At the time, the then-princess joined her parents and younger sister Princess Margaret on a visit to Dartmouth naval college. The two tied the knot in 1947 and remained together until his death.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
Queen Elizabeth II appears on a screen by videolink from Windsor Castle, where she is in residence, during a virtual audience to receive Her Excellency Sara Affoue Amani, the Ambassador of Cote d’Ivoire at Buckingham Palace on April 27, 2021, in London, England.
(Photo by Yui Mok – Pool/Getty Images)The queen celebrated her birthday last week, using the occasion to express her gratitude for all the well-wishers who offered tributes to Philip.The royal family was in a “period of great sadness,” but drew comfort from words of praise for the duke, she said.The Associated Press contributed to this report.