The Queen was greeted with cheers and applause as she took her seat in the main arena at the Royal Windsor Horse Show today.
Her Majesty, who has been suffering from mobility issues, was seen walking slowly with the aid of a walking stick to her seat, which saw her watch a parade of horses alongside her youngest son Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex.
The monarch, who was dressed casually in a headscarf, was driven right into the arena before getting out of her car.
She was then seen taking a small lift up to the seat area before slowly making her way to her seat with her walking aid to the sounds of the cheering crowd.
Shortly after, she looked delighted after she was presented with a trophy after one of her Highland ponies won first place in the show.
She also watched as her granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor took part in a carriage display marking the centenary of the Fell Pony Society.
The 96-year-old’s appearance at the show comes just days after she pulled out of attending the State Opening of Parliament due to health concerns.