COVID-19: Queen Elizabeth makes first public appearance since lockdown

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth has made her first public appearance since the Coronavirus lockdown began.

Her Majesty, 94, was pictured riding her 14-year-old Fell Pony called Balmoral Fern around the grounds of Windsor Castle on Sunday.

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She wore a colourful headscarf and was smartly dressed in a tweed jacket, jodhpurs, white gloves, and boots.

The Queen has been with the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle, where she spent her 94th birthday on April 21 in lockdown and has continued official duties.

The last public picture of the Queen was taken as she was driven away from Buckingham Palace to her Windsor Castle home to self-isolate with Prince Philip, 98, on March 19.

Since then she has made two televised addresses to the nation during the lockdown, the first a speech to reassure the country that coronavirus will end and those in isolation “will meet again,” while the second was a message to Britain to mark the VE Day anniversary.

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