At the beginning of this week she had to fail to make a speech from the throne, now the British Queen is showing up again at horse show

The Queen has had difficulty walking in recent months and has missed a lot of activities as a result. Today she was a part of the Royal Windsor Horse Show, one of her favorite events. She was driven onto the property in a Range Rover. The SUV stopped near the ring where the horses parade. From the car window, the Queen watched her own horses and chatted with several people as well. She looked very cheerful and smiled a lot.

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She also took a seat in the stands and moved with a walking stick. She has been using it in public since October last year.

Watch a clip of the Queen at the horse show here:

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It had been March since the Queen was seen in public. Then she attended a memorial mass for her husband Prince Philip, who died last year. Last Tuesday she was expected in the British Parliament for the opening of the parliamentary year, but according to Buckingham Palace she had to cancel with a heavy heart. Her son and heir to the throne Prince Charles then read the Speech from the Throne in her stead.

The British queen is struggling with a muscle strain in her back, making it difficult for her to walk. Day by day it is checked which activities she can handle and which cannot. Her 70th anniversary on the throne will soon be celebrated. There too, it remains to be seen whether and where she will show up.

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