The Queen visited her horses on the Sandringham Estate for the second day in a row this morning, making full use of her Christmas break in Norfolk.

Quinn, 96, heads off to visit her horses in Sandringham

Back again, madam? Quinn, 96, was seen being led to visit her horses in Sandringham for the second day in a row.

  • Queen visits her horses at stables in Sandringham, Norfolk for the second day
  • The Queen celebrated her 96th birthday at Wood Farm Cottage on Thursday
  • A photo of the Queen with her two loved ones dropping their ponies has been released to celebrate Occasions

The Queen visited her horses on the Sandringham Estate for the second day in a row this morning, taking full advantage of her birthday holiday in Norfolk.

The Queen, 96, was photographed wearing a veil in a white, green and blue floral pattern as she travels in the front seat of a Range Rover as she leaves Wood Farm.

For a walk she was wearing bright pink lipstick, with sunglasses on her nose.

The Queen was accompanied by race director John Warren on a visit to her horses which are in stables near the farm where they are staying until early next week.

Her Majesty spent her last birthday at Wood Farm, the favorite cottage of the late Duke of Edinburgh on the Sandringham Estate, having opted for a quiet celebration.

The Queen visited her horses on the Sandringham Estate for the second day in a row this morning, making full use of her Christmas break in Norfolk.

The Queen, 96, was photographed wearing a headscarf in a white, green and blue floral pattern as she travels in the front seat of a Range Rover as she leaves Wood Farm

The Queen, 96, was photographed wearing a headscarf in a white, green and blue floral pattern as she travels in the front seat of a Range Rover as she leaves Wood Farm

The occasion was commemorated on April 21 with a Venetian salute by The King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery, and The Honorable Artillery Company.

The royal family has shared a photo of the two-year-old Queen, while a new photo of the Queen with two of her beloved sweethearts – Bybeck Nightingale and Bybeck Katie – has also been released.

The portrait of the young queen dates from 1928, and shows then-Princess Elizabeth smiling for the camera with her hand on her face.

The royal family wrote in the photo: “Then Princess Elizabeth, she was the eldest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York and was not expected to become Queen.

She was out for a walk wearing bright pink lipstick, with sunglasses on her nose

She was out for a walk wearing bright pink lipstick, with sunglasses on her nose

The royal family shared this photo of 2-year-old Princess Elizabeth for her birthday

The royal family shared this photo of 2-year-old Princess Elizabeth for her birthday

Her life changed in 1936 when her uncle King Edward VIII abdicated, her father became King George VI and the young princess became the presumptive heir.

After her father’s sad death in 1952, Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II at just 25 years old, and this year celebrates 70 years on the throne – a first in Britain’s history.

The latest photos of the Queen come as a new book reveals details of conversations Prince Harry allegedly had with the actress, his ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas, about his brother and father.

Tina Brown, author of The Palace Papers: Inside The House Of Windsor – The Truth And The Turmoil, claims the Duke of Sussex became “angry” because he felt his brother was “grabbing the best summaries” about a decade ago.

A new photo of the Queen with two loved ones who fell dowry has been released to celebrate her 96th birthday, as she quietly celebrates the historic occasion in Sandringham.

A new photo of the Queen with two loved ones who fell dowry has been released to celebrate her 96th birthday, as she quietly celebrates the historic occasion in Sandringham.

The Queen, who was still known as Princess Elizabeth, was an expert in all things horses.  In the picture, she represents the king in Trooping the Color in 1951

The Queen, who was still known as Princess Elizabeth, was an expert in all things horses. In the picture, she represents the king in Trooping the Color in 1951

She claims that “friction between the two brothers escalated” so much after William became patron of the rhinoceros and elephant charity Tusk Trust in 2015 that the couple had ‘Olympic classes’ – and quotes a friend of the siblings who described Harry as ‘very, very much’. Angry man’.

The royal expert also claims Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida increased her complaints about his family during their dating between 2012 and 2014, and appears to have been the first person to convince the Queen’s grandson to see a therapist.

After their relationship broke down, Old Flame Harry wrote a ‘sweet letter saying ‘I like you, I wish you well and above all thank you for helping me address my demons and ask for help’, claims Mrs. Brown, citing one of her contacts.

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