Two new photos of Queen Elizabeth riding a pony have been released

Queen Elizabeth riding one of her ponies called Balmoral Fern, a 14-year-old fell pony, at Windsor Home Park in Windsor Castle
Two new photos of Queen Elizabeth riding one of her ponies called Balmoral Fern, a 14-year-old fell pony, at Windsor Home Park in Windsor Castle have been released. The Queen has been in residence at Windsor Castle during the coronavirus pandemic.
Queen Elizabeth riding one of her ponies called Balmoral Fern, a 14-year-old fell pony, at Windsor Home Park in Windsor Castle
The Queen has been seen in public for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began in the U.K. The photos were taken on the eve of further loosening of lockdown restrictions. From Monday in England primary schools will start to reopen and people can meet in groups of up to six. And vulnerable people in England and Wales will be able to go outdoors for the first time in months.
Queen Elizabeth riding one of her ponies called Balmoral Fern, a 14-year-old fell pony, at Windsor Home Park in Windsor Castle

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  1. La reine a toujours fière allure à cheval !

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    1. I love the queen so much
      She is a mother off nations
      That should be her name
      'Queen Elizabeth 'mother of nations'

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  2. La reine a toujours fière allure à cheval !

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  3. La reine a toujours fière allure à cheval !

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  4. Wonderful to see her ‘in the flesh’. Has made my day!

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  5. Much respect, i hope am able to ride horses at 95.

    This is the only time she wears trousers, as a young girl she used to ride horses in a skirt, very lady like upbringing.

    j.

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  6. How old is she??? Incredible!!! OMG!!!!

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  7. This is what you call " true grit" .. amazing! Good genes at work :-)
    CB

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  8. I aspire to be just like her at that age!

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  9. What a marvellous woman the Queen is, truly remarkable. She looks really well and great on her house.

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  10. Long May Queen Elizabeth Ⅱreign.

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  11. Well, it does send a signal to the public that she is still going strong..
    Impressive at that age!

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