Queen goes out for the first time since lockdown began in UK

Queen Elizabeth II has appeared in the area of Windsor Castle riding a horse. This is the first time she has appeared outside since the lockdown began in the UK because of the pandemic.

The Queen, who is 94, appeared riding a 14-year-old pony over the weekend. She often rides horses when she is at Windsor Castle which is known to be her favourite residence.

The Queen is in isolation with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, aged 98, and a small number of staff.

The last time the Queen appeared in public was on 19 March when she was on her way from Buckingham Palace to Berkshire. In the photo she was holding one of her two dogs,  who was looking out the window.

 

 

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