Queen Elizabeth has still got it! And by it we mean her horse-riding skills.
The 93-year-old monarch was spotted enjoying a horseback ride around the grounds of Windsor Castle on Monday morning. So clearly, age isn’t stopping Her Majesty.
She wore a long navy coat, headscarf and sunglasses for the outing, where she was accompanied by Head Groom Terry Pendry (who is responsible for the care of the queen’s horses).
What a natural.
Elizabeth’s horseback ride comes after a weekend of Remembrance Day services, where she was accompanied by Meghan Markle and other members of the royal family for the Festival of Remembrance Service on Saturday. The group attended the Cenotaph war memorial in London to pay tribute to fallen soldiers the following day.
The queen is no stranger to horses as she was given her first one (a Shetland pony) when she was just 4-years-old.
She also finds time to partake in horse-related royal pastimes whenever she has the opportunity. The monarch attends the Windsor Horse Show annually and is known to get rather spirited when watching horse races.
Might we also remind you of her royal visit to Somerset back in March where she fed a few horses at the stables? The queen held the carrots expertly in one hand as the horse bent down to nibble and she then patted the horse’s nose.
Keep riding Queen Elizabeth!