Elizabeth II in good health: after giving up her cane, the queen is back in the saddle!

Elizabeth II in good health: after giving up her cane, the queen is back in the saddle!

After having experienced mobility problems, Elizabeth II seems in good shape. Seen without a cane a few days ago, Her Majesty was authorized to remount.

  • Elizabeth II had complicated months, due to mobility problems
  • The monarch was allowed to get back in the saddle by her doctors
  • Passionate about riding, she had to give up her favorite hobby

Elizabeth II has regained the hair of the beast! After having lived through complicated months, Her Majesty seems to have regained full health. The mobility issues that crippled her for weeks, requiring her to walk with a cane and cancel numerous appearances, are surely not over but are far less present. Seen without the aid of a cane during her meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at Windsor Castle this Tuesday, June 21, Elizabeth II had permission from her doctors to get back in the saddle. Passionate about riding since her tenderest advance, the monarch had no choice but to stop riding her horses a few months ago. “The Queen enjoyed being on horseback again”assured a palace source to the Sun.

For the queen, this is excellent news since she had not been able to ride a horse since her summer vacation in 2021, spent in Balmoral, Scotland. “She was quite uncomfortable. She loves riding and it has been part of her ritual for most of her life.said someone close to the Palace at the Sun at the time. She has been extremely disappointed not to have been riding since early September.” Her Majesty has been a seasoned rider since she was given a pony as a three-year-old in 1929, and has been a dedicated racehorse owner and breeder for many decades. The Queen often took part in the Trooping the Color parade on horseback, but in recent years the role had been taken over by members of her family.

Elizabeth II: her summer plans turned upside down?

Weakened after the death of Prince Philip, a night in the hospital and his contamination with Covid-19, Elizabeth II therefore seems to have indeed regained the hair of the beast. Her Majesty is also hoping to make her annual trip to Scotland for Holyrood Week, but a final decision will be made later by her doctors, Buckingham Palace said. The 96-year-old monarch plans to be in residence at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, when other members of the Royal Family travel to Scotland to attend several events taking place between June 27 and July 1. His children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward should then make a host of public appearances. With Elizabeth II?

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After living through complicated months, Her Majesty seems to have regained full health

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The mobility issues that crippled her for weeks, requiring her to walk with a cane and cancel numerous appearances, are surely not over but are far less present.

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Seen without the aid of a cane during her meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at Windsor Castle on Tuesday June 21, Elizabeth II had permission from her doctors to get back in the saddle.

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Passionate about riding since her tenderest advance, the monarch had no choice but to stop riding her horses a few months ago

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“The Queen enjoyed being on horseback again,” a palace source told The Sun.

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For the queen, this is excellent news since she had not been able to ride a horse since her 2021 summer vacation, spent in Balmoral, Scotland.

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“She was quite uncomfortable. She loves riding and it has been part of her ritual for most of her life”

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“She has been extremely disappointed not to have been riding since early September.”

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Her Majesty has been a seasoned rider since she was given a pony as a three-year-old in 1929, and has been a dedicated racehorse owner and breeder for many decades.

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The Queen often took part in the Trooping the Color parade on horseback, but in recent years the role had been taken over by members of her family

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Weakened after the death of Prince Philip, a night in the hospital and his contamination with Covid-19, Elizabeth II therefore seems to have indeed regained the hair of the beast

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Her Majesty is also hoping to make her annual trip to Scotland for the week of Holyrood, but a final decision will be made later by her doctors, Buckingham Palace said

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The 96-year-old monarch plans to be in residence at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, when other members of the Royal Family travel to Scotland to attend several events taking place between June 27 and July 1.

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His children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward should then make a host of public appearances

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She could make appearances in Scotland

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Elizabeth II is 96 years old

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Elizabeth II seems in better health

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The news of Elizabeth II is reassuring

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Elizabeth II lived through complicated months

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Elizabeth II lived through complicated months

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