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See Queen Elizabeth’s Official Portrait for Her 96th Birthday
On the eve of her 96th birthday, Queen Elizabeth has shared a new official picture with the public through her social media accounts.
In it, the monarch stands between two of her white fell ponies—named Bybeck Katie and Bybeck Nightingale—on the grounds of Windsor Castle. She wears a muted green coat in a shade that is similar to Prince Philip's official livery color.
Royal family shares new photo of Queen Elizabeth with her horses.
According to royal correspondent Omid Scobe, the picture was taken by Henry Dallal—who is best known for his equine photography and has captured images of the Queen and her horses on many occasions (including portraits taken for her 90th birthday, diamond jubilee and golden jubilee)"
A beautiful photo of the royal was shared ahead of her big day, which showed her holding the reins of two of her beloved Fell ponies and enjoying the Spring sunshine. Her Majesty was pictured in the grounds of Windsor Castle last month alongside her home-bred ponies Bybeck Nightingale, on her left, and Bybeck Katie, on her right, in a photograph by Henry Dallal,
Bloomberg. The new photograph of the Queen was taken in March in the grounds of Windsor Castle by Henry Dallal, who was commissioned to take an official portrait of her to mark her 90th birthday. On the Queen's left is the pony Bybeck Nightingale and on her right is Bybeck Katie, and both animals will feature in A Gallop through History.
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