- The Palace released pictures of the Queen riding a horse in quarantine.
- Her Majesty has a skeleton staff who rotate every three weeks.
The Queen has been in self-isolation at Windsor Castle for weeks, and despite being cut off from her family and unable to perform her typical schedule of public engagements, it looks like she's staying fit and active.
The Palace released recently snapped photos of the Queen in quarantine, where she appears to be happily riding a horse. As a reminder, Her Majesty is 94.
A source had previously told Vanity Fair royal reporter Katie Nicholl that the Queen was in “excellent spirits” and "making the most" of her time in lockdown. “One of the nicest things for the Queen is that she is getting to spend more time with her husband than she usually would,” the source said. “They have dinner together in the evenings and I imagine the Queen is of the generation where she dresses for dinner. She is riding out every day and is making the most of this time.”
Apparently, Her Majesty is surrounded by a skeleton staff who rotate three-week shifts and are frequently tested for the coronavirus. A source tells The Sun that “No chances can be taken with the Queen and the Duke’s health, so it’s totally understandable. But the fact this move has been taken indicates there will be no change soon. The Queen will clearly be in lockdown for many months. It’s hard to see when it will be deemed safe for her to venture out again."
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