Queen Elizabeth health news – Her Maj, 96, back RIDING horses in massive boost weeks after mobility scares | The Sun

THE QUEEN looks as healthy as ever as she is spotted ridding her horse once again, just weeks after a mobility scare.

Her Majesty has stunned doctors by returning to horse riding this week.

This comes just days after the monarch was pictured without her walking stick as she met with officials from Australia.

The Queen was told to stop riding by doctors nine months ago, but these recent scenes show that she is still more than capable.

Speaking to The Sun, a source said: "The Queen has enjoyed being on her horse again.

"Riding again is a wonderful sign after those worries about her health. To do so at 96 is pretty remarkable."

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  • henry moore

    Royal updates at The Sun!

    Be the first in the know with The Sun’s live blog.

    Everything you need to know about the Royal family will be posted here, so stay informed.

  • henry moore

    In pictures: William joins Windrush generation to celebrate monument unveiling

    Will and Kate attended the unveiling of a monument to the Windrush generation at Waterloo station this week, as the duke condemned the racist abuse that many black Britons still face.

    The monument was created by the Jamaican artist Basil Watson.

    In a speech to those who had gathered for the unveiling, which included Windrush passengers and high-profile members of the black community, William said: “We know without question that the Windrush generation have made our culture richer, our services stronger, and our fellow countrymen safer.”

    William also spoke of the Windrush scandal which began to surface in 2017 after it emerged that hundreds of Commonwealth citizens, many of whom were from the Windrush generation, had been wrongly detained, deported and denied legal rights.

    He said: “Sadly, that is also the case for members of the Windrush generation who were victims of racism when they arrived here, and discrimination remains an all too familiar experience for black men and women in Britain in 2022.

    “Only a matter of years ago, tens of thousands of that generation were profoundly wronged by the Windrush scandal. That rightly reverberates throughout the Caribbean community here in the UK as well as many in the Caribbean nations.

    “Therefore, alongside celebrating the diverse fabric of our families, our communities and our society as a whole – something the Windrush generation has contributed so much to – it is also important to acknowledge the ways in which the future they sought and deserved has yet to come to pass.

    “Diversity is what makes us strong, and it is what reflects the modern, outward-looking values that are so important to our country.”

  • henry moore

    Meghan throws support behind anti-gun campaigners

    The duchess sent a heartfelt letter of support to the women-only group of gun-control activists.

    In her letter she said: “Good afternoon ladies! To each of you and your fearless leader, Shannon, a huge thank you for the work you are doing to keep our kids, families, and communities safe.”

    “Please know that while you may feel exhausted by your endless hours of dedication to this cause, I hope you feel energised in knowing that the work you’re doing is vital and so deeply appreciated,” she continued.

    Words were not the only help Meghan offered, she also sent the activists “delicious snacks” for enjoy while they campaigned.

    Meghan is famed for her charity work, only last month she partnered with Project Fearless, a group that aims to provide girls and non-binary children, between the ages of nine to 14, with life skills. 

  • henry moore

    Camilla absolutely LOVES Wordle

    The Duchess of Cornwall is an avid Wordle fan, she revealed in an interview to celebrate her 75th birthday. 

    And Camilla compares her scores on the online word-guessing game every day with her granddaughter over text messages, she added. 

    She told Vogue: “She’ll text me to say ‘I’ve done it in three’. And I say ‘Sorry, I’ve done it in two today.’ 

    “It’s very satisfactory when it tells you how brilliant you are.”

    Camila also told how her and husband Prince Charles try to make time for each in a tell-all chat for her birthday this month.

    But she admitted balancing work with marriage can be difficult.

  • henry moore

    Meghan Markle top facts!

    Get to know more about the Duchess of Sussex with the following facts.

    When Meghan Markle goes on holiday, reportedly she brings tea tree oil with her.

    She told Allure in 2014 that it has some pretty impressive qualities.

    Meghan said: “The one thing that I cannot live without when I’m traveling is a small container of tea-tree oil,” she said.

    “It’s not the most glamorous thing, but if you get a cut, a mosquito bite, a small breakout, no matter what it is, it’s my little cure-all.”

    At just 20 years old Meghan took an internship for the US embassy in Argentina, at the time believing she would work in politics in the future.

    Before she hit the limelight as an actress, Meghan was the briefcase model girl on NBC’s Deal Or No Deal.

    She did a short stint between 2006 and 2007.

  • John

    Charles met with grim horrors of Rwanda's genocide

    In 1994, hundreds of thousands of members of the Tutsi community were slaughtered in Rwanda by ethnic Hutu extremists.

    The Nyamata Church Genocide Memorial, south of the Rwandan capital Kigali, contains the remains of more than 45,000 people killed in the church compound and the wider area between April 7 and May 14 in 1994.

    In total 800,000 people, including three quarters of the country's minority Tutsi population, died during 100 days of slaughter in Rwanda that year.

    Charles heard how the militiamen killed Tutsi men outside the church who were trying to protect their families before turning on the women and children sheltering inside.

    "They threw hand grenades in and then shot and hacked many of them to death," said Rachel Murekatete, the memorial manager, who showed Charles around and pointed out hundreds of holes in the church's wooden roof caused by shrapnel from the blasts.

    Downstairs in a basement the prince was shown glass cases containing the skulls and bones of victims who had been burnt after being shot or hacked to death with machetes.

  • John

    Royal expert brands Will and Kate the world’s ‘most glamorous’ couple

    The duke and duchess of Cambridge are an iconic duo, loved by millions.

    And one Royals expert believes they are the most glamorous royal couple on earth.

    Richard Fitzwilliams, said: “Catherine has not only been wonderfully supportive, but has also grown in confidence, especially as a speaker.”

    He added: “They are also the world’s most glamorous royal couple.”

  • John

    Royal updates at The Sun!

    Be the first in the know with The Sun’s live blog.

    Everything you need to know about the Royal family will be posted here, so stay informed.

  • John

    Charles & Camilla arrive in Rwanda

    PRINCE Charles and Camilla arrived in Rwanda last night, the first members of the Royal Family to visit the tiny African country.

    It came after Charles, 73, was said to have privately blasted government policy to fly asylum seekers there as “appalling”.

    The heir apparent and Camilla, 74, will pay respects to the 800,000 massacred during the Rwandan genocide.

    And they will open the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting on behalf of the Queen, 96, during a four-day trip.

    The European Court of Human Rights last week stopped the first asylum seeker flight to Rwanda.

  • John

    Life begins at 40 for Prince William

    The old adage that “Life begins at 40” may be true for the Duke of Cambridge as he gears up for a more prominent role in the decade ahead.

    William appears ready to embark on the next step of his life in the monarchy that will ultimately see him become king after channelling his efforts into issues like mental health, homelessness and protecting the environment.

    Married to wife Kate for more than 10 years and with a young family – they will be the face of the modern monarchy for decades to come.

    With the death of his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh and his brother the Duke of Sussex stepping down as a working royal, his position as a senior royal is even more pivotal and he appears to have played a part in the “family decision” to limit the Duke of York’s role at the recent Garter Day service.

    William’s early life was overshadowed by the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales in a Paris car crash in 1997 and he still speaks about her influence, including how as a young boy she took him to a shelter for rough sleepers and introduced him to the issue of homelessness.

    He found love at university meeting fellow student Kate Middleton, who he would wed in 2011 at Westminster Abbey, and the couple went on to have three children, firstborn George – also a future king – in 2013, followed by Charlotte in 2015 and Louis in 2018.

  • John

    Camilla absolutely LOVES Wordle

    The Duchess of Cornwall is an avid Wordle fan, she revealed in an interview to celebrate her 75th birthday. 

    And Camilla compares her scores on the online word-guessing game every day with her granddaughter over text messages, she added. 

    She told Vogue: “She’ll text me to say ‘I’ve done it in three’. And I say ‘Sorry, I’ve done it in two today.’ 

    “It’s very satisfactory when it tells you how brilliant you are.”

    Camila also told how her and husband Prince Charles try to make time for each in a tell-all chat for her birthday this month.

    But she admitted balancing work with marriage can be difficult.

  • John

    Meghan Markle offers condolences to family of teacher shot dead

    Last month, during a school shooting in Texas, a teacher was shot dead along with another teacher and 19 children.

    Meghan Markle called the family of a teacher who was gunned down in a school shooting last month.

    John Martinez, the nephew of a teacher killed in the Uvalde shooting in Texas described Meghan as “sweet and lovely” after she called the family to share her condolences.

    He wrote on Twitter: “The way my mom just got off the phone with Meghan Markle…the Duchess, she’s so sweet and lovely, she really went out of her way to check on the family, it means so much.”

    The other teacher was Eva Mireles. Her husband, Jose Antonio, died two days after his wife due to a heart attack, which the family attribute to the sudden loss of his wife of 24 years.

  • John

    Meghan Markle top facts!

    Get to know more about the Duchess of Sussex with the following facts.

    When Meghan Markle goes on holiday, reportedly she brings tea tree oil with her.

    She told Allure in 2014 that it has some pretty impressive qualities.

    Meghan said: “The one thing that I cannot live without when I’m traveling is a small container of tea-tree oil,” she said.

    “It’s not the most glamorous thing, but if you get a cut, a mosquito bite, a small breakout, no matter what it is, it’s my little cure-all.”

    At just 20 years old Meghan took an internship for the US embassy in Argentina, at the time believing she would work in politics in the future.

    Before she hit the limelight as an actress, Meghan was the briefcase model girl on NBC’s Deal Or No Deal.

    She did a short stint between 2006 and 2007.

  • John

    Charles met with grim horrors of Rwanda's genocide

    In 1994, hundreds of thousands of members of the Tutsi community were slaughtered in Rwanda by ethnic Hutu extremists.

    The Nyamata Church Genocide Memorial, south of the Rwandan capital Kigali, contains the remains of more than 45,000 people killed in the church compound and the wider area between April 7 and May 14 in 1994.

    In total 800,000 people, including three quarters of the country's minority Tutsi population, died during 100 days of slaughter in Rwanda that year.

    Charles heard how the militiamen killed Tutsi men outside the church who were trying to protect their families before turning on the women and children sheltering inside.

    "They threw hand grenades in and then shot and hacked many of them to death," said Rachel Murekatete, the memorial manager, who showed Charles around and pointed out hundreds of holes in the church's wooden roof caused by shrapnel from the blasts.

    Downstairs in a basement the prince was shown glass cases containing the skulls and bones of victims who had been burnt after being shot or hacked to death with machetes.

  • John

    Kate and Will take the lead on the Royal Family's future

    As the Queen takes a small step back from Royal duties, the Cambridges are reportedly taking the lead, as they look to shape future of the Firm.

    Speaking to Access Hollywood, Daily Mail's assistant editor Charlie Lankston said: "Kate and William are really stepping up to the plate as far as leading the monarchy."

    She said that William and Kate know that Prince Charles is "not a young spring chicken" alluding that William's chance to take over the throne is probably "not too far in the future".

  • John

    Royal expert brands Will and Kate the world’s ‘most glamorous’ couple

    The duke and duchess of Cambridge are an iconic duo, loved by millions.

    And one Royals expert believes they are the most glamorous royal couple on earth.

    Richard Fitzwilliams, said: “Catherine has not only been wonderfully supportive, but has also grown in confidence, especially as a speaker.”

    He added: “They are also the world’s most glamorous royal couple.”

  • John

    Royal updates at The Sun!

    Be the first in the know with The Sun’s live blog.

    Everything you need to know about the Royal family will be posted here, so stay informed.

  • John

    Charles & Camilla arrive in Rwanda

    PRINCE Charles and Camilla arrived in Rwanda last night, the first members of the Royal Family to visit the tiny African country.

    It came after Charles, 73, was said to have privately blasted government policy to fly asylum seekers there as “appalling”.

    The heir apparent and Camilla, 74, will pay respects to the 800,000 massacred during the Rwandan genocide.

    And they will open the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting on behalf of the Queen, 96, during a four-day trip.

    The European Court of Human Rights last week stopped the first asylum seeker flight to Rwanda.

  • John

    Life begins at 40 for Prince William

    The old adage that “Life begins at 40” may be true for the Duke of Cambridge as he gears up for a more prominent role in the decade ahead.

    William appears ready to embark on the next step of his life in the monarchy that will ultimately see him become king after channelling his efforts into issues like mental health, homelessness and protecting the environment.

    Married to wife Kate for more than 10 years and with a young family – they will be the face of the modern monarchy for decades to come.

    With the death of his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh and his brother the Duke of Sussex stepping down as a working royal, his position as a senior royal is even more pivotal and he appears to have played a part in the “family decision” to limit the Duke of York’s role at the recent Garter Day service.

    William’s early life was overshadowed by the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales in a Paris car crash in 1997 and he still speaks about her influence, including how as a young boy she took him to a shelter for rough sleepers and introduced him to the issue of homelessness.

    He found love at university meeting fellow student Kate Middleton, who he would wed in 2011 at Westminster Abbey, and the couple went on to have three children, firstborn George – also a future king – in 2013, followed by Charlotte in 2015 and Louis in 2018.

  • John

    Camilla absolutely LOVES Wordle

    The Duchess of Cornwall is an avid Wordle fan, she revealed in an interview to celebrate her 75th birthday. 

    And Camilla compares her scores on the online word-guessing game every day with her granddaughter over text messages, she added. 

    She told Vogue: “She’ll text me to say ‘I’ve done it in three’. And I say ‘Sorry, I’ve done it in two today.’ 

    “It’s very satisfactory when it tells you how brilliant you are.”

    Camila also told how her and husband Prince Charles try to make time for each in a tell-all chat for her birthday this month.

    But she admitted balancing work with marriage can be difficult.

  • John

    Meghan Markle offers condolences to family of teacher shot dead

    Last month, during a school shooting in Texas, a teacher was shot dead along with another teacher and 19 children.

    Meghan Markle called the family of a teacher who was gunned down in a school shooting last month.

    John Martinez, the nephew of a teacher killed in the Uvalde shooting in Texas described Meghan as “sweet and lovely” after she called the family to share her condolences.

    He wrote on Twitter: “The way my mom just got off the phone with Meghan Markle…the Duchess, she’s so sweet and lovely, she really went out of her way to check on the family, it means so much.”

    The other teacher was Eva Mireles. Her husband, Jose Antonio, died two days after his wife due to a heart attack, which the family attribute to the sudden loss of his wife of 24 years.

  • John

    Meghan Markle top facts!

    Get to know more about the Duchess of Sussex with the following facts.

    When Meghan Markle goes on holiday, reportedly she brings tea tree oil with her.

    She told Allure in 2014 that it has some pretty impressive qualities.

    Meghan said: “The one thing that I cannot live without when I’m traveling is a small container of tea-tree oil,” she said.

    “It’s not the most glamorous thing, but if you get a cut, a mosquito bite, a small breakout, no matter what it is, it’s my little cure-all.”

    At just 20 years old Meghan took an internship for the US embassy in Argentina, at the time believing she would work in politics in the future.

    Before she hit the limelight as an actress, Meghan was the briefcase model girl on NBC’s Deal Or No Deal.

    She did a short stint between 2006 and 2007.

  • John

    Kate and Will take the lead on the Royal Family's future

    As the Queen takes a small step back from Royal duties, the Cambridges are reportedly taking the lead, as they look to shape future of the Firm.

    Speaking to Access Hollywood, Daily Mail's assistant editor Charlie Lankston said: "Kate and William are really stepping up to the plate as far as leading the monarchy."

    She said that William and Kate know that Prince Charles is "not a young spring chicken" alluding that William's chance to take over the throne is probably "not too far in the future".

  • Joseph Gamp

    Charles visibly moved by testimonies of slaughtered Rwandan children

    Prince Charles said the world must learn the lessons of Rwanda's genocide after seeing the grisly remains of some of its 800,000 victims yesterday.

    The heir, 73, was visibly moved as he saw testimonies of children burnt to death or killed with machetes at a memorial in capital Kigali.

    He said: "Terrible, happens all too often."

    Meanwhile, wife Camilla added: "What humans can do to humans".

    Charles will today have tea with PM Boris Johnson in their first meeting since the royal slammed the government's "appalling" scheme to fly Channel migrants to the African country.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Queen’s special malt whisky fetches £11,000 at auction

    A RARE bottle of whisky released to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 fetched a record £11,000 at auction.

    The Macallan distillery in Moray released 2,012 bottles at 52 percent ABV —to mark the year of Her Majesty’s accession proclamation in 1952.

    The single malt, which changed hands for only around £500 a decade ago, was described as “an instant classic”.

    Grand Whisky Auctions said: “We were delighted with the final price, which is a world record for one of these bottles.”

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