Queen Elizabeth unveils her stunning performance at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Queen Elizabeth unveils her stunning performance at the Royal Windsor Horse Show ...

She knows how to reign in the horses.

In response to rising health concerns, Queen Elizabeth II made a surprise appearance at the 2022 Royal Windsor Horse Show.

On day two of the event, the 96-year-old was seen with a huge smile on her face as she waved to her friends, which she was holding near her current residence, Windsor Castle.

The reigning sovereign seemed more giddy as she was given a trophy after her horse Balmoral Leia won the Highland Class.

The Queen was also seen smiling as she was walked around the event in a green Range Rover. She rolled the windows down and leaned against the door as she spoke to guests.

Her Royal Highness wore a blue sweater and a long gray skirt, which was easily accessible with a patent leather black handbag, a silk scarf tied around her hair, and orange-tinted sunglasses.

An eyewitness said that she was in great spirits, but people she knows in the horse world were being brought to her to talk to her at the window. She is in excellent form.

She was aided by a walking stick and eventually reached her place, where her son Prince Edward was joined in the stands.

While riding in her late husband Prince Philips driving carriage, the Queen watched in a sweet moment. In April 2021, Philip passed away.

In the midst of worries about her health, the monarchs'' first public appearance in weeks came as a surprise.

She was admitted to Page Six in October 2021 for a night, but the reason remains unknown. She also started using a cane for her comfort, according to a source.

The Queen raised concern once more when she contracted COVID-19. She had to resign several in-person engagements, but by March, she was back to royal duties.

Due to what Buckingham Palace described as "epidemic mobility difficulties," she has canceled a scheduled appearance since Tuesday.

Queen Elizabeth II has reigned for 70 years as the longest-reigning monarch in British history.

While she may have looked to be in good shape at the Fridays event, sources have discovered that she might be planning on abdicating the throne to son Prince Charles in the near future. Charles''s wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, will then take on the crown of Queen Consort.

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