Queen Elizabeth donned a gorgeous turquiose coat and matching hat for the occasion.
Her Majesty commemorated the visit by unveiling a plaque at the multinational asset management company which was founded in 1804.
Express.co.uk understands that the monarch usually choose to wear a poppy on the weekend of Remembrance Sunday – there is no protocol and so the choice is up to the Queen.
Today Her Majesty showed her humourous as she joked that the building’s stunning office views would be easily distract staff side on the 10th floor of a finance company’s building.
The 92-year-old made those around her laugh when she quipped: “Quite difficult to concentrate – always looking out the window.”
The Queen toured the building, meeting everyone from board members and senior managers to investment workers and some of the longest-serving and newest staff.
She was intrigued by the hi-tech lifts, where the floor number had to be tapped into a keypad before entering, as there were no number buttons inside.
While chatting to one group, she joked about the experience, saying “They’ve got no buttons” but “I got here”.
The official opening also featured a 20,000 poppy installation to commemorate 100 years since the Armistice.
The Royal British Legion and a local florist to create the art installation for Schroders.
Earlier this week the Queen showed her dedication to Great Britain and its fallen war heroes when she decorated her Fell pony with a trio of poppies on its bridle for a ride around Windsor Castle.
Her visit to the opening of the Schroders headquarters comes as her husband Prince Philip was earleir today pictured taking the reins of a carriage on the grounds of Windsor Castle
Prince Philip, who retired from royal duties last year, donned a winter jacket and gloves as he braved the morning’s chilly weather to take the horses out.