(London) Queen Elizabeth II appeared with all smiles at a prestigious equestrian event in Windsor on Friday, enough to alleviate her health a few days after missing the new parliamentary session.
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The 96-year-old sovereign, who has a passion for horses, looks relaxed when he arrives at the Royal Windsor Horse Exhibition near Windsor Castle in west London, where he currently resides.
Wearing tinted glasses and a dark blue cardigan, she sat in the front passenger seat of the Range Rover. She was seen exchanging a few words and making fun of a small group of people from the car window that had been rolled over.
Many of his horses competed, including the five-year-old gray mare, including Palmoral Lea, who won and was later crowned the supreme champion.
“I never expected to see her, it was a wish, a dream, but never possible,” Kathy Baiz, an American tourist from Massachusetts, told PA News: “This is an unforgettable moment for me.
Following the victory of his Marine, the Queen returned to Windsor Castle, then returned to the Horse Exhibition, where she joined the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Going to her seat in the royal coffin she saw the queen using a cane.
Elizabeth II on Tuesday dropped the traditional speech from the throne to mark a new parliamentary session for the third time in 70 years of rule, following difficulties in getting around and the advice of her doctors.
He was replaced for the first time by Crown Prince Charles, 73, who brought a new sign of change to the British monarchy as a result of his health problems.
The appearance of the queen has become rare. Elizabeth II spent a night in the hospital last October for reasons that have never been revealed. He also had a corona infection in February.
She last appeared in public on March 29, 2021, when she attended a service to thank her late husband, Prince Philip, who died at the age of 99.
His absence from the throne speech raised questions about his participation in the Platinum Jubilee celebrations marking his 70th year in office in early June, which was tantamount to a British monarchy.
According to the daily YouGov poll The TimesOne-third of Britons think he should retire.
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