LONDON(AP) — Queen Elizabeth I attended Friday’s Royal Windsor Horse Show. She watched her beloved horses from the safety of a Range Rover, before making her way to her box. This was her first public appearance in public in several weeks. The monarch sat in front of the passenger seat and spoke with a small group via the window as she pulled up to the parade ground, near Windsor Castle. This is where she had spent most of her time for the past two decades. While dozens of photographers tried to capture the moment, the queen appeared relaxed and smiled as she walked past dozens of photographers.
The queen’s public appearances will be closely monitored as Britain prepares for four days of celebrations June 2-5 to mark the monarch’s 70 year on the throne.
Elizabeth, 96, has curtailed her schedule in recent months as she recovered from COVID-19 and coped with unspecified difficulties in moving around.
On Tuesday, she asked Prince