Queen Elizabeth looks charming in a peach outfit alongside Prince Philip at Royal event
The 92-year-old ruling monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, and Prince Philip, 97, attended a polo match in Windsor Park.
It was a rare public appearance for Prince Philip, who retired from active duty last year. As reported by People, the Queen looked regal in a peach-colored coat and matching hat.
Prince Philip looked dashing in a tweed suit with olive green tie and appeared to be in good spirits. Polo is one of his passions and he enjoyed his wife's company.
They have been married for seventy years and will celebrate their anniversary in November. To learn more about the Queen and Prince Philip, follow our official Twitter page, at AmoMama USA.
According to Daily Mail, the Queen and the Prince observed the polo matches at the Guard's Polo Club. It's an annual event and only the who's who of Brittain's social circles are invited.
The event is held in honor of the ruling sovereign, and Prince Philip used to be an active participant in his younger days and was awarded several trophies.
He played polo until the early seventies and has since taken up the sport of carriage driving. The Duke of Edinburg is also an avid yachtsman and oil painter.
Prince Philip underwent hip replacement surgery earlier this year and was forced to miss several public events, including the Trooping The Colour parade.
Even though his surgery was scheduled for April, he still attended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding in May.
Since retiring in back in August, he spends most of his time at Windsor. When he's not enjoying carriage rides through Windsor's Parks, he relaxes at Sandringham House in, Norfolk, East Anglia.
He is also in charge of running the Queen's royal estates. Apart from Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, it also includes the Craigowan Lodge and Delnadamph Lodge in Balmoral.