Queen Elizabeth II visited the annual Chelsea Flower Show on Monday, the eyes were spotted on the Queen as she arrived the event in a comforting vehicle for the first time in nearly a decade.
She toured the event's ten sites in the buggy, and using it was suggested by the Palace to afford her Majesty a comfortable way due to her mobility difficulties.
The 96-year-old monarch is also the patron of the Royal Horticultural Society that organizes the event, in addition, she participated at the annual event for 50 times during her reign.
The Earl of Wessex Edward, and his wife Sufi, the Countess of Wessex, Princess Beatrice, the Gloucesters, and the Kents accompanied the Queen.
Last week, Queen Elizabeth II made a surprise appearance at London Underground to inspect the opening of the self-named station and she had the first ticket.
Although her youngest son, the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, was supposed to represent her at the event, she decided to accompany him.
This appearance is considered the third in only five days since the rise of concerns over her health and missing her most prestigious legal right to open the parliament.
Reports indicated that Buckingham Palace planned the opening of the Elizabeth Line by taking the Queen’s intention of making such a presence into consideration.