- Queen Elizabeth II has made her first public appearance since the lockdown began in the UK
- The 94-year-old monarch was caught on camera riding her favourite horse at Windsor Castle over the weekend
- The Queen regularly enjoys horseback rides and she has been a breeder of thoroughbred racehorses for many years
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The UK has been under lockdown since March and the public has finally gotten a glimpse of Queen Elizabeth II for the first time in months.
On Sunday, Queen Elizabeth enjoyed a horseback ride at Windsor Castle alongside her daughter, Princess Anne.
The Queen was photographed wearing a colourful headscarf as she rode one of her favourite horses - a 14-year-old Fell Pony called Balmoral Fern, according to Independent UK.
The public appearance was the Queen's first since 19 March when she was spotted leaving Buckingham Palace to travel to her Windsor Castle home.
The Queen carried out official duties the day before her planned departure but has since been working from isolation.
The 94-year-old monarch holds her weekly with prime minister Boris Johnson on the phone rather than in person, as usual, YEN.com.gh learned.
During the lockdown period, the Queen has made two televised addresses to the nation - which she delivered from Windsor Castle according to Express.co.uk.
Since the images were posted online, fans of the Queen has come out in support of the monarch.
"Incredible that the queen can still enjoy her horse riding."
"Magnificent Queen Elizabeth at her best. Long live the Queen."
"She is just so wonderful."
"Good for her! Still riding at 94!"
In another interesting report, Philipa Baafi, a popular Ghanaian gospel artist renowned for her hit song 'go-high' has indicated that she is about to graduate as a medical doctor from an institution.
A report sighted by YEN.com.gh on adomonline.com indicates that Philipa made the groundbreaking revelation in a radio interview.
The renowned musician has been off the scenes for some years now it has been rumoured by many that marriage and childbirth made her stop the music.
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