Queen Elizabeth II news:
People have reported that the Queen is now riding her horseback. In the truest sense, this means that Elizabeth II’s entourage told tabloid journalists that Her Majesty wanted to ride her Fell pony horse across Windsor Castle’s lawn.
According to the source, some courtiers were shocked at the confidence displayed by the monarch in the saddle. The Queen used Fern, a horse she received as a 16-year-old gift, to walk the route.
It’s not surprising that Elizabeth II decided to go back to her beloved hobby as soon as her health improved following a recent illness.
The Queen considers herself to be an avid rider since childhood. She has owned the finest horses in the UK for over 30 years and continues to breed them throughout her life.
During one of the official ceremonies to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee, Elizabeth II treated the horses with sugar before thousands of people.
The Queen had problems with her musculoskeletal system and was forced to quit horseback riding last fall. Insiders claim she also had “some mobility issues.”
Elizabeth II continued to visit her own stables throughout the months and received reports from grooms who were working with her beloved pets.
She also visited Sandringham stud farm, where she saw that all animals were in good health and spoke to John Warren, racing manager.
Daniela Elser, a royal expert believes Elizabeth II has passed away despite the positive news from the palace. It is time to start thinking about how she can transfer power to Prince Charles.