Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was seen horse riding for the first time at the Windsor Castle with her husband Prince Philip as Britain eases coronavirus lockdown restrictions. The Queen has been living at Windsor Castle, west of London, during the lockdown with her 98-year-old husband Prince Philip. The 94-year-old queen, fond of horses and horse riding, rode a black horse on Sunday.
During the ride, the queen wore a pink scarf on her head and white gloves in her hand. Earlier, the Queen’s last photo was revealed on 19 March when she was leaving from Buckingham Palace in London. The lockdown was imposed from 23 March to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection in Britain. There are 2,74,762 cases of COVID-19 in the UK and 38,489 people have died.