Photo: The Queen Discreetly Touches Up Her Makeup On Public Outing

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Photo: The Queen Discreetly Touches Up Her Makeup On Public Outing

The Queen may be the
nation’s sovereign, Head of the Commonwealth, and the oldest living and
longest-reigning current monarch in the world, but she showed she’s just like
one of us during a public outing on Sunday night.

Her Majesty enjoyed an evening
out watching A Gallop Through History, a spectacular equestrian
extravaganza staged by the Royal Windsor Horse Show in honour of her
Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

And just before the
star-studded event wrapped up, the Queen was pictured discreetly topping up her
lipstick from her seat in the Royal Box.

The 96-year-old royal was
dressed to the nines for her rare public appearance. She looked lovely in an
embellished pale blue silk frock and wrapped up with a grey shawl. She also had
another blanket draped over her lap during the show.

Despite her ongoing
mobility issues, the Queen, who relied on the use of her walking stick to
manoeuvre around the venue, appeared in high spirits and was overjoyed to be
attending the event. She looked happy and relaxed and was pictured laughing and
smiling throughout the show that reflecting her life-long passion for horses.

The Queen discreetly topped up her lipstick at the event

The Queen discreetly topped up her lipstick at the event

The monarch was accompanied at
the event by her youngest son Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, who
looked fashion-forward in velvet trousers, a silk blouse, and a faux fur
jacket.

As the Queen arrived, she was
given a standing ovation and cheers from the crowds. The event was the first
major one to kick off the official Platinum Jubilee celebrations marking the
Queen’s 70 years on the throne, and it involved a cast of entertainers, from
Tom Cruise to Dame Helen Mirren, who once again played Queen Elizabeth I.

  

Her Majesty enjoyed her evening out

Her Majesty enjoyed her evening out

Damian Lewis, Omid Djalili and
Katherine Jenkins were also part of Sunday night’s performance which chronicled
the events of the first Elizabethan age to the present day.

The Queen appeared to
particularly enjoy Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force’s steel drum display of
Abba classic Dancing Queen, as she was pictured clapping enthusiastically
after a drum-off between the Top Secret Drum Corps, who played at her 90th
birthday celebrations, and the Royal Marines.

 

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