The Queen has reportedly splashed out £62,000 on a golf buggy to help her get around Windsor Castle.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 95, who will "never panic or collapse", according to an expert, is said to have taken delivery of the luxury buggy two weeks ago and has already had a go at driving around in it.
The buggy is said to be a four-seater called the "Queen Mobile" and comes with all-weather covers as well as a fridge and an infotainment screen.
A source told The Sun: "She’s battled stiffness in her legs recently so the cart is perfect.”
Buckingham Palace told OK! in a statement: "Windsor has a number of buggies which are used throughout the year both privately and for public events such as investitures."
News of the Queen's new 43mph deluxe cart comes after she was recently pictured with a walking stick as she carried out a royal engagement on 23 March.
The monarch was all smiles as she donned a bright white dress with a green and pink floral pattern embroidered over it as she welcomed Dr Peter Harper and Pamela Harper from British craftwork company, Halcyon Days.
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Her Majesty, who recently launched a washing up liquid that costs 10 times more than Fairy, wore a pair of velvet shoes for the event alongside a black handbag over shoulder.
Accessorising with a pearl necklace and wearing a red lipstick, the Queen balanced herself by leaning on a tall brown walking stick.
Welcoming her guests in Windsor Castle, the Queen examined luxury artefacts by the firm, which is held in high esteem by the royal family and has three Royal Warrants.
The Queen wore half-moon glasses as she looked at decorated teapots and antique enamelled trinket boxes.
Pal to royals, Christopher Biggins spoke out on the monarch and her health as he appeared on GB News just one day before as he shared: “I have heard that the reason she’s not doing a lot of the events that she should be doing and cancelling them is because she is in a wheelchair.
Christopher, 73, added: “She doesn’t want to be seen, she’s very proud. She’s our greatest ever monarch. It’s so very sad and I hope she is able to make her anniversary celebrations.”
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