The Queen defied physicians by riding again just days after she was sighted without her walking stick.
The 96-year-old monarch reportedly rode in Windsor nine months after being told to stop.
She missed certain Platinum Jubilee events this month due to’mobility problems’ and was often spotted with a stick.
She ‘walked’ her corgis in a golf buggy. She appeared to have made progress after meeting Archbishop Justin Welby at Windsor Castle without a stick.
‘The Queen has likеd getting on her horse again,’ a source told The Sun. After health problems, she can finally ride again. At 96, that’s impressive.
The Queen used to ride a horse during Trooping the Colour, but her family now performs.
She’s been a dedicated racehorse owner and breeder since she was given a pony at age 3 in 1929.
Buckingham Palace said Her Majesty hopes to visit Scotland during Holyrood Week but will decide closer to the date.
The 96-year-old monarch, who has mobility limitations, plans to remain at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh when other royals go to Scotland between June 27 and July 1.
During her Platinum Jubilee, the Queen committed to remain ruler ‘to the best of my abilities, backed by my family’
The Prince of Wales, Princess Royal, Earl of Wessex, and Countess of Wessex will make public appearances without the Duke of York.