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Queen is ‘riding her horse again’ after ditching walking stick despite mobility problems 


Queen is ‘back in the saddle and riding her horse again’ after ditching walking stick despite mobility problems

  • The Queen is horse-riding again despite fears for her mobility issues
  • Her Majesty is an avid horse-rider and has been since she was a little girl
  • It comes days after she ditched her walking stick at a royal engagement

The Queen is said to have defied doctors by getting back in the saddle – just days after she was seen without the walking stick she has relied on recently.

Nine months after she was advised to stop riding, the 96-year-old monarch has reportedly been on horseback in Windsor.

Unspecified ‘mobility problems’ kept her from attending some Platinum Jubilee events this month, and she was often seen using a stick during engagements.

Nine months after she was advised to stop riding, the 96-year-old monarch has reportedly been on horseback in Windsor (file photo)

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