Last weekend Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain appeared in public for the first time since the introduction of the coronavirus isolation regime in the country.
Queen was captured while horseback riding at Windsor Castle, the royal’s favorite residence. The royal couple moved there from Buckingham Palace in March amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
🐴 The Queen is pictured riding Fern – a 14 year old Fell Pony – in Windsor Home Park this weekend. pic.twitter.com/z9DUnW9yB3
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) May 31, 2020
Elizabeth II was riding a 14-year-old mountain pony called Balmoral Fern of the Fell Pony breed.
The queen wore a colored scarf, tweed jacket, riding pants, boots, and white gloves.
Pictures of the Queen were tweeted on Sunday on the official Royal Family page.
Elizabeth II is a regular rider. Throughout her reign, she has collected thoroughbred racehorses for the Queen’s stables.
On 21 April Elizabeth II turned 94. She ascended the throne on 6 February 1952 at the age of 25 and is now a record holder among all British monarchs in terms of age and length of stay.