Elizabeth II is mounted on horseback

This is news that has something to rejoice in: Elizabeth II has ridden her favorite horse. An activity that she had abandoned for nine months, on the orders of the doctors.

“The Queen enjoyed being on horseback again. Riding again is a wonderful sign after concerns about his health. Doing it at 96 is quite remarkable,” a source told The Sun.

After receiving a pony at the age of 3, the greatest monarch of all time has become a seasoned rider. She has also been a dedicated racehorse owner and breeder for many decades.

Weakened after the death of her husband, Prince Philip, in 2021, one night to the hospital et sa contamination at Covid-19, Elizabeth II seems to be getting back on her feet. Tuesday, June 21, she had already been seen without a cane during her meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury at Windsor Castle. A precious help never left her for months.

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