The queen was accompanied by the new father Harry and Prince Philip for the evening competition after they presented the best soldier awards with the King of Bahrain at the Windsor Horse Show today.
The 93-year-old monarch put on a mint green dress with a silver jacket when she was accompanied by the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prince Harry wore a sharp navy suit, while the Duke of Edinburgh chose a forest green coat with gray trousers and brown shoes.
This year's 90-minute Royal Windsor Horse Show Pageant features music, the household cavalry, artists and dancers and marks Queen Victoria's 200th birthday.
The goal is to bring together unforgettable events from the Victorian era while the participants of the theater performance recreate 19th century Britain.
Earlier in the day, Her Majesty chose an elegant light pink plaid coat with a matching hat and sunglasses when she was talking to Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
As one of her favorite horse riding events of the year, which took place on Windsor Castle's private grounds, Her Majesty beamed with joy when she presented the best awards for soldiers.
The Queen and Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa jointly presented the trophy for the stakes of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The queen was wearing a light pink plaid and a matching hat with a feather as she chatted with the King of Bahrain today
Her Majesty and Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa presented the trophy for the stakes of the Kingdom of Bahrain during the Royal Windsor Horse Show
The queen dropped her raincoat and scarf from earlier in the day to present the rosettes today (image)
The Duke of Sussex also joined the Queen when he attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show pageant today
Prince Harry, whose son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born on Monday, smiled at his grandmother today
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh changed clothes for the festival that evening
The Duke of Sussex looked elegant in a navy suit just a few days after the birth of his first son Archie Harrison on Monday
The Queen smiled as she went to Berkshire this morning with a raincoat and a headscarf for the Royal Windsor Horse Show
The annual show is not far from Windsor Castle and the monarch drove to the event in her black Range Rover
Prince Philip arrived later, but was reduced to the passenger seat after giving up his driver's license earlier this year
He was driven to the queen in the morning. In January, he overturned his Range Rover after crashing into another car near the Sandringham estate
She couldn't wipe the smile from her face as the horses galloped near the wooden canopy that kept her dry
The queen beamed with joy as she watched one of her favorite riding events of the year this morning on Windsor Castle's private grounds
The queen made three outfit changes today than she did wrapped in a raincoat and a headscarf Watch the action in Berkshire this morning, just a few days after the arrival of her eighth great-grandchild.
She had taken off her formal clothes and, in a khaki trench coat with a collar, matching gloves and a green silk headscarf with delicate patterns, was prepared for the risk of rain.
The monarch drove to the event in her black Range Rover and mingled with other viewers while witnessing the action.
Her husband, Prince Philip, 97, arrived in the passenger seat after giving up his driver's license earlier this year after colliding with another car near the Sandringham estate that knocked his Land Rover over.
During the annual horse spectacle, participants take part in a range of events, from show jumping to dressage, along with exhibitions of The King & # 39; s Troop's Royal Horse Artillery and the DAKS Pony Club.
The queen didn't let a little rain spoil her mood and instead sought shelter under a wooden hut to witness the action.
The five-day event is taking place for the 76th time and attracts well-heeled visitors from all over the world.
It takes part in a range of events, from show jumping to dressage, along with exhibitions by The King & # 39; s Troop and the DAKS Pony Club, and is the only opportunity for the public to enjoy the castle grounds.
The monarch looked very good yesterday when she was entertaining the King of Bahrain, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, with her son Prince Andrew.
The 93-year-old monarch, flanked by aides, sought shelter and watched the horses gallop on the private grounds of Windsor Castle
Roger Campbell flies through a deep puddle with his four horses while on the fourth day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show at the & # 39; Land Rover Driving Marathon & # 39; participates
The queen was kept dry and didn't let any rain dampen her as she mixed among others under a wooden canopy
She smiles and chats with others while witnessing the action. She is said to have attended the show every year since it began as a fundraiser during the war in 1943
The monarch was prepared for the weather in a green trench coat with a collar and one of her matching head scarves
It took the queen a second to use one of her typical head scarves and wipe her eyes slightly during the show
The log cabin is set up by an excavator this morning before the queen arrived and watched the show from the inside. It's not clear if she asked to place it specifically there
The two royal families have a warm relationship, and King Hamad is an integral part of the event at which the King Cup is named after him on Saturday.
He shares the passion for everything that has to do with equestrian sport with the queen and gave her two valuable Arabian horses from his stable in 2013. In 2017 she returned the favor with the gift of one of her own horses.
The royal families in Bahrain and Britain get along well and have spent time together in the past. At the end of March, the Duke of York, Sarah Ferguson and their eldest daughter Beatrice went to the Grand Prix in Bahrain.
Queen Elizabeth II. And the Duke of York and King of Bahrain, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, watched the endurance session at the Royal Windsor Horse Show closely this afternoon
Prince Andrew and the King of Bahrain, pictured together, were seen amused during the horse show today
The Queen, the King of Bahrain and the Duke of York laughed together as they watched the endurance phase of today's trials. The two royal families have a warm relationship and the King Cup on Saturday is named after Hamad
Queen Elizabeth, pictured with the King of Bahrain, put on a dark coat with pearl buttons for the afternoon's events
The family was accommodated by the Crown Prince of Bahrain at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, where suites start on Friday for GBP 900 a night. They also spent a VIP day on which all costs were paid.
Also present at the Royal Windsor Horse Show today was Princess Anne, who looked chic in a gray skirt suit, a turquoise silk shirt and a gold horse brooch.
Last year, the event took place in the royal residence exactly one week before the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
In the driver's seat! The Queen drove herself in her Land Rover when she came to one of her favorite events of the year, the Royal Windsor Horse Show
The Queen is believed to have been present every year since she started as a war fundraiser in 1943.
The event is closely related to the royal family. Both the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh took part in their younger years. Prince Philip went on a carriage ride at the Royal Windsor Horse Show for 30 years and won it only once in 1982.
In recent years, the Queen has observed many of her own horses in class competitions.
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