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Queen beams on first outing in six weeks as she makes it to horse show despite health issues

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The Queen has been spotted making her way to The Royal Windsor Horse Show in Home Park, Windsor Castle, after missing the first day.The monarch was pictured beaming on 13 May as she sat in the front seat of a car with a pair of sunglasses to shield her eyes.

Smiling for the cameras, the Queen, 96, donned a black jumper with a white shirt underneath alongside a pair of pearl earrings for the outing.

She wore a hint of make up, too, as she had some pink blush with a bright pink lipstick on. Thursday was the start of the show, which the Queen missed for the first time in 79 years.The annual event lasts four days, which features competitions in three equestrian disciplines.

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