At 92, Queen Elizabeth II is ruler of the commonwealth, monarch of England and head of a (growing) family that includes six great-grandchildren, with another on the way. And she's not slowing down any time soon. Case in point: when she was spotted riding horseback at Windsor earlier this week.
It's one of the monarch's favorite pastimes (which, admittedly, we learned while watching The Crown). She's been an avid equestrian all her life, and took her first riding lesson at the age of three, according to Town & Country. In the photo, the Queen is accompanied by head groomer Terry Pendry. Prince Philip also joined along on the outing by riding in a carriage behind the Queen and Pendry's horses.
The Queen's horse wears a cluster of red posies by its ear as a symbol honoring fallen soldiers from WWI, which Elizabeth will commemorate by holding a 100th anniversary ceremony on Sunday, November 11.
Saddling up at 92? Yassss, Queen.