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Queen is now riding her horse again ‘nine months after being told to stop’

The Queen has reportedly been out and about on gentle outings on her horse in Windsor after recent mobility issues prevented her from attending some anniversary events

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Riding the Queen in 2020

The Queen is reportedly back riding her horse nine months after she was told to stop.

She is said to have been out and about in Windsor for gentle outings after recent mobility issues kept her from recent anniversary events.

During her Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the Queen vowed to continue to serve as monarch “to the best of my knowledge and belief, supported by my family”.

A Windsor Castle source reportedly said: “The Queen has enjoyed being back on her horse.

“The Queen had missed her riding these nine months.

“She was able to zoom her golf buggy around the grounds of the castle to walk her corgis.”







Her Majesty envisioned riding around the Windsor Grounds in 2006
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The source tells The sun that riding is again a “wonderful” sign after recent health concerns.

Royal fans were also delighted to see that brand new images of the Queen were honored with a special award for her “tireless service” over the past 70 years.

They showed Her Majesty standing without her walking stick as she was awarded the Canterbury Cross in recognition of her contribution to the Church of England during her long reign.

The 96-year-old head of state held a personal audience with the Archbishop of Canterbury at Windsor Castle this week to accept the award after missing Royal Ascot.







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The Queen is hoping to start her trip next week despite suffering from ongoing mobility issues.

She is hoping to make her annual trip to Scotland for Holyrood Week but a decision will be made closer to the time, Buckingham Palace has said.

The monarch plans to reside at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh when other members of the royal family travel en masse to Scotland for engagements between June 27 and July 1.

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