The Queen of England rode in the middle of a blockade

Queen Elizabeth II rode a horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle for the first time appearing since the British imposed a blockade to block Covid-19.

The royal family on May 31 posted a picture of Queen Elizabeth II, 94, riding Balmoral Fern. He is 14 years old, of the Fell dwarf breed. She rode her horses on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The Queen appeared with comfortable clothes with pants, a vest, gloves and a headscarf. The Queen of England always loved horses and horse riding. This is Queen Elizabeth’s first outdoor appearance since Britain imposed a nationwide blockade to prevent Covid-19 from the end of March.

During this time, she appeared twice on television. The first time she sent the message “we’ll see you again”. She encouraged people living under the blockade and for the second time to celebrate Nazi Victory Day.

The Queen of England rarely speaks on national television unless she appears to send the Christmas message every year. She often aims to thank individuals or reassure people in times of crisis. Elizabeth wore a vest, leather-like shoes, gloves and a headscarf.

Nữ hoàng Elizabeth lần xuất hiện công khai đầu tiên trước công chúng

This year she canceled the 94-year-old birthday celebration and only welcomed the ceremony with Prince Philip, 98 years old. She celebrated her birthday at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.

Covid-19 has appeared in almost every country in the world. He is currently the fifth largest epidemic region in the world with more than 270,000 infections and nearly 40,000 deaths from nCoV. The British Government from May 10 announced the plan to blockade and gradually implement in each period.

Prince William and his family were staying at the Anmer Hall mansion in Norfolk during the blockade. His father, Prince Charles is in Birkhall in Aberdeenshire. Prince Charles was tested positive for corona virus in March 3