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    The Queen beamed as she made another surprise appearance yesterday to receive a special gift from the President of Azerbaijan. The monarch, 96, was presented with a rare Karabakh horse in the courtyard of Windsor Castle, a day before surprising royal watchers with a visit to Paddington Station to open the Elizabeth Line.  Holding her walking stick, the Queen waited outside the castle as representatives of the Equestrian Federation of Azerbaijan presented the horse as a gift from President Ilham Aliyev, after his country was invited to perform at the recent Platinum Jubilee celebrations.  The Queen, who has a lifelong love of horses, said it was a 'very kind, very generous' gesture. The Karabakh horse is native to Azerbaijan and is used for endurance events and races. One recently sold at auction for the equivalent of £14,000.  It comes days after she cancelled her appearance at the State Opening of Parliament due to 'mobility issues'.  The Queen was filmed smiling as she was presented by a Karabakh horse named Glory by the Equestrian Federation of Azerbaijan, a gift from the country's president The monarch, 96, was...
    The Queen's great-grandchildren are set to ride in a horse-drawn carriage as part of her Platinum Jubilee celebrations - in a rare public appearance together. According to royal editor Roya Nikkhah, writing in The Sunday Times, all of Her Majesty's UK-based great-grandchildren will take part in the special event at the final performance of 'Gallop Through History' during the Royal Windsor Horse Show, on 15th May. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, Savannah and Isla Phillips, Princess Eugenie's son August Brooksbank, Princess Beatrice's daughter Sienna Mapelli Mozzi, and Zara Tindall's children Lena, Lucas and Mia Tindall will take part.  It comes after undated footage of George, Charlotte and Louis climbing into a horse-drawn carriage at Windsor Castle while their mother watched on was shared on social media last month, which could have been a practice run for the event.  Prince Harry and Meghan's children Archie and Lilibet will not feature in the show, but it was confirmed last week that the couple will join the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June with their young son and daughter.  Ten of the Queen's twelve...
    The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted watching on as her three children played in a horse drawn carriage recently in the grounds of Windsor Castle. Kate Middleton, 40, appeared relaxed as she watched on while her children Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, four climbed aboard a horse-drawn carriage and could be seen sitting patiently once inside. Dressed in a casual brown midi dress and white trainers, Kate, who shares her three children with her husband Prince William, 39, appeared to chat to her children as they sat in the carriage in the castle's Quadrangle. Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie, 32, appeared to be nearby, holding the hand of her son August, one, while he took some toddling steps on the gravel.  The undated clip, which was shared online, also appeared to show other members of the royal family, including Zara and Mike Tindall. It was unclear if their children, Mia, eight, Lena, three, and Lucas, one, were in attendance.  The video footage of members of the Royal Family together at Windsor appears to show Kate Middleton, 40, watching on as her three children...
    It remains unclear how many engagements the Queen will be able to carry out in person this year as she continues to struggle with mobility issues, but the organiser of the Royal Windsor Horse Show is hopeful she will still attend. Her Majesty, who celebrates her 96th birthday later this month, would typically have a packed schedule to look forward to over summer, including outings to events like Royal Ascot and the Braemar Games.  Yet a reduced in-person schedule, which has seen the Queen carry out engagements via video link, means she might not be seen as much over the coming months as she would have previously.   The Queen, dressed in a turquoise coat and matching hat, presents the Best Turned Out Trooper award in 2015 At the helm – Her Majesty drives herself around the carriage driving course in a trusty Land Rover in 1982 Her Majesty presents a prize for Services Team Jumping event, made to the Royal Army Service Corps, in 1965 Among the highlights of her calendar is the Royal Windsor Horse Show, an event that...
    Prince Andrew was pictured making the most of the autumnal weather this morning, enjoying a horse ride around the grounds of Windsor Castle. The Duke of York, 61, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from the Berkshire residence, appeared in good spirits as he donned a blue coat and helmet for his journey, accompanied by a female groom. His early morning ride comes after a royal expert claimed sheltering Prince Andrew at Balmoral and 'privately funding his fight against US sex abuse lawsuit' is damaging the Queen's image. The Duke  is being sued in New York by Virginia Giuffre, now 38, who claims he sexually abused her on three separate occasions when she was 17 — in London, New York and on billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein's Caribbean island.  Prince Andrew was pictured making the most of the autumnal weather this morning, enjoying a horse ride around the grounds of Windsor Castle The Duke of York, 61, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from the Berkshire residence, appeared in good spirits as he donned a...
    Bruce Springsteen's daughter Jessica showed off her impressive showjumping skills as she took part in the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Sunday.  The 29-year-old put on a dazzling display as she took part in the Rolex Grand Prix competition, which saw the Queen attend.  Jessica, who is part of the US Tokyo Olympics 2021 team, looked elegant in her equestrian gear as she strode over to her horse Don Juan van de Donkhoeve. Elegant: Jessica Springsteen, daughter of the legendary musician, put on a classy display on Sunday as she competed in the Royal Windsor Horse Show in front of The Queen She wore a navy jacket, black riding helmet, white jodhpurs and tall black riding boots.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck can't keep their hands off... '22 years later, still matching outfits!' David Beckham... Bella Hadid stuns in a tiny electric blue minidress and... Lori Harvey and Michael B. Jordan turn up the heat as they... Share this article Share Jessica also wore a...
    Prince Andrew appeared in high spirits today as he shared a laugh with a group of locals while taking an early morning ride on his horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle. The Duke of York, 61, who sported a pink polo shirt, blue jacket and a riding hat, appeared relaxed as he enjoyed a horse ride at his mother's home along with his two grooms. The father-of-two could be seen grinning before bursting out with laughter after encountering a cyclist alongside her three children during the outing.    The royal was later spotted driving away from the castle grounds in his personalised Range Rover.   Prince Andrew appeared in high spirits today as he shared a laugh with a group of locals while taking an early morning ride on his horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle  The father-of-two could be seen grinning before bursting out with laughter after encountering a cyclist alongside her three children during the outing (left and right)  Prince Andrew, who recently became a grandfather for the first time after Princess Eugenie welcomed her son...
    Prince Andrew appeared at ease as he was spotted taking an early morning ride on his horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle today. The Duke of York, 61, who sported a black coat and a riding hat, appeared relaxed as he enjoyed a horse ride at his mother's home along with his two grooms. The royal was later spotted driving away from the castle grounds in his personalised Range Rover. The scenes came as the royal's daughter Princess Beatrice and his former wife Sarah Ferguson were also seen driving away from Windsor Castle after visiting the estate earlier today.  Prince Andrew sported a black coat and a riding hat as he enjoyed a horse ride ride at Windsor Castle  The royal was later spotted driving away from the castle grounds in his personalised Range Rover Last month it was reported that Prince Andrew gifted his mother with two puppies to help her cope when her late husband was in hospital. Her Majesty was given the dogs in February to keep her company in Windsor while the Duke...
    Prince Andrew was seen braving the harsh winter weather this morning as he enjoyed a horse ride around Windsor Castle. The Duke of York, 60, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from the residence, donned a black windbreaker jacket and a riding helmet for the outing. Accompanied by a female groom, the royal seemed to be having an in-depth conversation and was pictured expressing himself with an arm in the air.  His early morning ride comes days after he was notably absent from the Queen's end-of-year reunion at Windsor Castle with senior royals.  Her Majesty was joined by Princess Anne, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge back from their 1,250-mile 'morale boosting' tour of the UK. The Duke of York has been notably absent from royal engagements since stepping back from duties late last year after his disastrous Newsnight interview about  his friendship with paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein.   Prince Andrew, 60, (pictured) was spotted horse riding in the rain and...
    The Queen wrapped up warm as she was photographed enjoying some down time horse riding in Windsor today.  The monarch, 94, donned a cosy tan coloured coat and head scarf as she rode out on her favourite black horse alongside her head groom Terry Pendry.   The 94-year-old, who has been a passionate horse lover and breeder of thoroughbred racehorses throughout her reign, is reported to have taken daily rides throughout the Covid-19 crisis. It marks the second time in recent weeks the royal has been seen out in the saddle.  The Queen, 94, wrapped up warm as she took to the saddle of her favourite black pony earlier today in Windsor alongside Head Groom Terry Pendry  It marks the second time in recent weeks the royal has been seen out in the saddle. Photographs of the Queen out in Berkshire last week marked the first time the royal has been seen riding out in public since February.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Obese Dibsy, 28, who lost 20st in a year reveals he has... ...
    Prince Andrew was pictured making the most of the autumnal weather this morning, enjoying a horse ride around the grounds of Windsor Castle. The Duke of York, 60, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from the Berkshire residence, appeared in good spirits as he donned a blue coat and helmet for his journey, accompanied by a female groom.  His early morning ride comes after it was revealed the Queen is finalising her plans for a three-household bubble to abide by coronavirus-related rules this Christmas. 'Prince Edward and his family will be one of the two in her bubble,' a source told The Daily Mail. The Earl of Wessex is the youngest of the Queen and Prince Philip's four children and Her Majesty is particularly close to Edward's wife, Sophie. It is thought Prince Andrew and his former wife Sarah Ferguson will most likely opt to join their daughters and their partners - newlyweds Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and pregnant Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank. Prince Andrew (pictured right) was pictured making the...
    Prince Andrew was pictured riding a horse at Windsor Castle today following reports his life as a working royal 'is finished'. The Queen's second son, 60, stepped back from official engagements a year ago in the wake of his disastrous BBC interview regarding the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.  He's thought to have waged a quiet PR salvo in recent weeks, suggesting he was preparing to return to the public eye and 'serve his country again' - yet sources told The Daily Mail that this is highly unlikely to happen.  But the Duke of York, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from the Berkshire residence, appeared to push any concerns aside as he donned a blue coat and helmet for a horse ride, accompanied by a female groom.  The eighth in line to the throne was spotted where his mother and father, the Queen, 94, and Prince Philip, 99, are currently isolating - but appeared slightly irritated as his vehicle was caught behind walkers on The Long Walk. Prince Andrew (pictured right) was pictured riding a horse at Windsor Castle today following...
    Prince Andrew was pictured riding a horse at Windsor Castle today - after missing his first Remembrance Sunday since stepping back from his royal duties due to his association with Jeffrey Epstein. The Duke of York, 60, appeared to push his worries aside as he donned a blue coat and helmet and opted for an autumnal horse ride, accompanied by a female groom.  Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice's father, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away, was spotted where his mother and father are currently isolating. The Queen, 94, and Prince Philip, 99, are in isolation at their Berkshire residence after leaving Norfolk for the month-long lockdown.  Prince Andrew, 60, was pictured riding a horse at Windsor Castle today - after missing his first Remembrance Sunday since stepping back from his royal duties due to his association with Jeffrey Epstein (pictured) The Duke of York donned a blue coat and helmet and opted for an autumnal horse ride, accompanied by a female groom (pictured Buckingham Palace announced that Andrew, who served with distinction as a Royal Navy helicopter...
    Queen Elizabeth II's return to horse riding may help Britain's tentative easing of lockdown restrictions, palace officials hope. Photos of the 94-year-old monarch riding 14-year-old fell pony, Fern, were released yesterday as some parents in the U.K. prepared to send their children back to school for the first time in ten weeks. Courtiers told Newsweek the images were not intentionally timed to coincide with the partial return to normality but privately admit they were pleased. Kate Middleton's Real Reason for Tatler Legal Complaint Revealed by ExpertsRead more Asked whether the pictures were co-ordinated, a royal source said: "No, but clearly the timing of it is helpful." The first pictures of the queen outside the confines of Windsor Castle since lockdown were arranged because stories about her riding had already leaked in the British press. A photographer from PA Media was welcomed into Windsor Home Park to photograph Elizabeth enjoying her favourite sport over the weekend. The queen has been isolating at Windsor Castle with husband Prince Philip and a scaled down team. Her household recently introduced a new working system...
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