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Fern Britton inundated with messages over prediction about the Queen amid health concerns

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Queen “isn’t going anywhere for some time”.The former This Morning star had taken to Twitter to share a picture of the Monarch at the The Windsor Horse Show.The Queen had recently prompted concerns among observers after she handed over a number of duties to younger royals by pulling out of attending this year's palace garden parties.But Her Majesty appeared to be in great spirits on Friday as she attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show after missing the first day of the event.In view of her 112,400 Twitter followers, Fern shared a photo on Friday of the Monarch smiling broadly alongside the Earl and the Countess of Wessex.She captioned the snap: “The Queen at the The Windsor Horse Show.She looks wonderful.“I don’t believe she’s going anywhere for some time!!!”Royal fans were quick to reply to the tweet to discuss the ongoing concerns surrounding the Queen’s health.Hunter1_lj tweeted: “I pray not.

It's just her mobility isn't always great.“But happy to see Her Majesty, @RoyalFamily enjoying one of her passions. Good morning  Ma'am.”SarahLouisaColl said: “What a great photo; Hoping it is just mobility.

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