Queen was forced to give up her beloved horse riding two months ago after suffering from 'discomfort' in Scotland.
- The Queen was told to stop horse riding early in September, The Sun reported
- She has been advised to pause her favourite hobby due to feeling 'discomfort'
- However, insiders have said she is eager to get back in a saddle after some rest
- Her Majesty spent a night in hospital last week for the first time in eight years
- It was announced she will no longer attend Cop26 climate summit is Glasgow
The Queen was forced to give up horse riding two months ago after suffering 'discomfort', according to reports.
Her Majesty, 95, was told to stop with her beloved hobby in early September, but is determined to get back in the saddle soon.
According to The Sun, The Queen - who is known for her love of horseback riding and as an avid racing fan - has not been out on a horse since she took a summer break to Scotland.
Citing a source from Balmoral Castle - the Scottish holiday home of the royal family - the newspaper reported that Her Majesty was 'in quite a bit of discomfort.'
'She adores riding and it has been part of her ritual for most of her life,' the source said. 'She has been extremely disappointed not to go riding since the beginning of September.'
But the Queen has refused to give up on her favourite pastime, and according to royal insiders cited by The Sun, she is eager to return after taking time to rest.
For a long time, Her Majesty has been known for her love of equestrian activities, including going to watch the races, caring for horses and riding herself.
She has regularly been photographed on horseback during her reign, and before her coronation as a princess.
The 95-year-old monarch was due to travel to Scotland for the high-profile Cop26 evening engagement on Monday, but she will now record a video address for delegates.
It is understood the Queen very much wants the conference to be a success and result in meaningful action from the participating nations.
The Queen faced preliminary tests in hospital on October 20 during her first overnight stay at a medical facility in eight years, and has twice used a walking stick in recent weeks
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