The Queen couldn't have looked happier as she attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show, Windsor Castle, on Friday, just days after missing the State Opening of Parliament.
Her Majesty, who was pictured smiling as she journeyed to the four-day event, looked in great spirits as she made up for missing the first day by posing with the winner's cup after her horse won on day two.The 96 year old, who is celebrating seventy years of service, looked typically regal for the event, wearing a green and white patterned headscarf.
She added a dark buttoned jacket atop a grey midi-dress, black buckled heels and a pair of rose-tinted shades. The Queen was unable to wipe the smile from her face as she celebrated her horse's triumph by clapping and then lifting the winner's trophy.This year, the monarch has 14 horses competing in various games at the event, which is the UK's largest outdoor horse show.The annual event lasts four days and features competitions in three equestrian disciplines.Thursday was the show's start, which the Queen missed for the first time in 79 years.
She was due to arrive but cancelled at the last minute, with reports claiming she instead made a private visit to the Royal Mews to see her horses.Read more on ok.co.uk