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Queen’s head groom, 72, voices pride at taking the monarch’s favourite horse to ‘say goodbye’


EXCLUSIVE: Queen’s head groom, 72, voices pride at taking the monarch’s favourite horse to ‘say goodbye for the last time’ on Long Walk to Windsor – and says the animal had a ‘sixth sense’ that Her Majesty would not ride her anymore

Queen Elizabeth’s groom Terry Pendry has revealed his pride and honour at taking the Her Majesty’s favourite horse Emma to say a final farewell to her at Windsor Castle.

In touching scenes beamed around the world, 24-year-old Emma stepped out to greet the Monarch for the last time, as the royal hearse arrived in Windsor yesterday.

Mr Pendry was seen bowing his head as he held Emma, while the hearse carrying the Queen drove past. He had placed a head scarf on the saddle as Her Majesty rarely wore a riding hat.

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