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Prince Andrew and Lady Louise Windsor, 17, go horseback riding on site as Windsor Castle

Prince Andrew seemed to put his misery behind him today when he joined his cousin Lady Louise Windsor (17) for a horseback ride at Windsor Castle.

The Duke of York, 61, was accompanied by a female groom for the jaunt as his mother’s home in Berkshire.

Meanwhile, Lady Louise, the daughter of Andrew’s younger brother Prince Edward, 57, and Sophie Wessex, 56, looked confident as she rode a white horse through the royal residence.

The royal family seems to have put their misery behind them and are continuing after the Queen’s hospitalization this week.

Prince Andrew appeared to put his legal troubles behind him when he joined his cousin Lady Louise Windsor (17) for a horseback ride at Windsor Castle

Prince Andrew appeared to put his legal troubles behind him when he joined his cousin Lady Louise Windsor (17) for a horseback ride at Windsor Castle

Lady Louise, daughter of Andrew's younger brother Prince Edward, 57, and Sophie Wessex, 56, looked confident as she rode through the royal residence on a white horse

Lady Louise, daughter of Andrew's younger brother Prince Edward, 57, and Sophie Wessex, 56, looked confident as she rode through the royal residence on a white horse

Lady Louise, daughter of Andrew’s younger brother Prince Edward, 57, and Sophie Wessex, 56, looked confident as she rode through the royal residence on a white horse

Her Majesty, 95, was forced to cancel her trip to Northern Ireland on a doctor’s prescription after being ordered to rest.

She was then admitted to the King Edward VIIs on Wednesday afternoon and stayed there overnight for tests.

The Queen’s second son, dressed in traditional riding clothes, drove himself to the grounds from his nearby home, the Royal Lodge.

Lady Louise lives with her parents and younger brother James, Viscount Severn, in Bagshot Park, in Surrey, a short drive from Windsor Castle.

Lady Louise is an avid horse rider and, like her late grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, has competed in carriage riding.

It is believed that the late Duke of Edinburgh also taught her mother Sophie to drive a team of horses, as the family shared a love for the animals.

The Queen's second son, dressed in traditional riding clothes, drove himself to the grounds from his nearby home, the Royal Lodge

The Queen's second son, dressed in traditional riding clothes, drove himself to the grounds from his nearby home, the Royal Lodge

The Queen’s second son, dressed in traditional riding clothes, drove himself to the grounds from his nearby home, the Royal Lodge

Lady Louise lives with her parents and younger brother James, Viscount Severn, in Bagshot Park, in Surrey, a short drive from Windsor Castle.

Lady Louise lives with her parents and younger brother James, Viscount Severn, in Bagshot Park, in Surrey, a short drive from Windsor Castle.

Lady Louise lives with her parents and younger brother James, Viscount Severn, in Bagshot Park, in Surrey, a short drive from Windsor Castle.

Louise’s Uncle Andrew looked delighted to be riding today and showed a huge grin as he sat on a horse.

The Duke of York has been embroiled in scandal this year after he relinquished royal duties over speculation about his friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Lady Louise Windsor is named as one of Tatler’s top dates in their Little Black Book

She’s only 17, but Lady Louise Windsor has already been named as one of the hottest dates in the UK.

Society Bible Tatler named the Queen’s granddaughter in the top ten alongside Emma Raducanu, Lady Lola Bute, daughter of the late racing driver the Marquess of Bute; Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page and David Beckham’s model son Romeo.

The full Little Black Book is available in Tatler’s December issue, available via digital download and on newsstands from Thursday, October 28.

This week one of Epstein’s victims claimed the pedophiles Zorro Ranch in New Mexico had three huge computer rooms to spy on famous guests, including Prince Andrew.

Maria Farmer, a former employee of the late billionaire, claims the footage would feature Prince Andrew’s alleged 2000 residence at the 33,339-square-foot estate.

Farmer claims the rooms were “larger than houses” and filled with computers and video equipment belonging to Epstein and his former girlfriend and alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, and used in his spy network.

The apparition also comes as the Queen, 95, was admitted to King Edward VII on Wednesday afternoon and stayed there overnight for tests following the cancellation of her trip to Northern Ireland.

But the royal family has kept calm and has carried on since the hospitalization, with Prince William and Kate Middleton this week seen taking his family to Heathrow airport, while Andrew’s daughter, Princess Eugenie, was also seen for a night out in London. with her husband Jack Brooksbank and group of wealthy friends.

Commentators, including the BBC’s royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell, questioned whether the palace had undermined public confidence by failing to reveal that she had been taken to hospital.

The palace communications team told reporters that the Queen had stayed at Windsor Castle.

But on Thursday evening – more than 24 hours later – it confirmed that she had been taken to the private hospital in London.

Unusually, the royal standard continued to fly at Windsor on Wednesday, even after the Queen left.

The flag represents the sovereign and is flown only when present.

A royal source denied that the standard was kept up as part of a cover-up, saying the standard has not moved to every building she visited.

The source said Windsor had remained the Queen’s residence despite the overnight journey. Mr Witchell insisted that journalists – and the public – were ‘not getting the full picture’.

Louise's Uncle Andrew looked delighted to be riding today and showed a huge grin as he sat on a horse.  The Duke of York has been embroiled in scandal this year after he relinquished royal duties over speculation about his friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Louise's Uncle Andrew looked delighted to be riding today and showed a huge grin as he sat on a horse.  The Duke of York has been embroiled in scandal this year after he relinquished royal duties over speculation about his friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Louise’s Uncle Andrew looked delighted to be riding today and showed a huge grin as he sat on a horse. The Duke of York has been embroiled in scandal this year after he relinquished royal duties over speculation about his friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

She's only 17, but Lady Louise Windsor has already been named as one of the hottest dates in the UK.  Society Bible Tatler named the Queen's granddaughter in the top ten alongside Emma Raducanu, Lady Lola Bute, daughter of the late racing driver the Marquess of Bute;  Bridgerton's Rege-Jean Page and David Beckham's model son Romeo

She's only 17, but Lady Louise Windsor has already been named as one of the hottest dates in the UK.  Society Bible Tatler named the Queen's granddaughter in the top ten alongside Emma Raducanu, Lady Lola Bute, daughter of the late racing driver the Marquess of Bute;  Bridgerton's Rege-Jean Page and David Beckham's model son Romeo

She’s only 17, but Lady Louise Windsor has already been named as one of the hottest dates in the UK. Society Bible Tatler named the Queen’s granddaughter in the top ten alongside Emma Raducanu, Lady Lola Bute, daughter of the late racing driver the Marquess of Bute; Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page and David Beckham’s model son Romeo

The royal family seems to have put their misery behind them and are continuing after the Queen's hospitalization this week.  Andrew is in the picture today

The royal family seems to have put their misery behind them and are continuing after the Queen's hospitalization this week.  Andrew is in the picture today

The royal family seems to have put their misery behind them and are continuing after the Queen’s hospitalization this week. Andrew is in the picture today

He added: ‘The problem seems to me that rumors and misinformation always thrive in the absence of good, accurate and reliable information.

Peter Hunt, a royal commentator and former BBC journalist, claimed there had been a ‘failed attempt’ to cover up the hospitalization.

He said: “The confidence of the media in the truth of royal communications will have been severely tested by the failed attempt to hide the fact that the Queen spent a night in hospital. Buckingham Palace can’t afford a breach of trust, given everything they’re dealing with.’

Palace officials are generally reluctant to release information related to health issues, as the royal family has a right to privacy and medical secrecy.

But updates are usually provided if a senior royal is hospitalized and the monarch’s health is of constitutional importance. As head of state, the queen’s health is subject to intense surveillance, which increases with age.

The revelation that she had to be seen by specialists in hospital – her first overnight stay in eight years – has sparked public concern about her health.

This week, one of Epstein's victims claimed that the pedophile's New Mexico Zorro Ranch housed three massive computer rooms to spy on famous guests, including Prince Andrew, pictured today

This week, one of Epstein's victims claimed that the pedophile's New Mexico Zorro Ranch housed three massive computer rooms to spy on famous guests, including Prince Andrew, pictured today

This week, one of Epstein’s victims claimed that the pedophile’s New Mexico Zorro Ranch housed three massive computer rooms to spy on famous guests, including Prince Andrew, pictured today

Lady Louise is an avid equestrian and, like her late grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, has competed in carriage riding

Lady Louise is an avid equestrian and, like her late grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, has competed in carriage riding

Lady Louise is an avid equestrian and, like her late grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, has competed in carriage riding

Mr Witchell told BBC Breakfast: ‘We have been told she is back at Windsor Castle doing light duty. Well, we must hope we can trust what the palace tells us.’ Royal expert and biographer Ingrid Seward said: ‘They have misled the media. I think they were trying to protect the Queen because she wouldn’t have wanted a fuss, but it was misleading.’

Joe Little, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, added: “The Queen is entitled to some degree of privacy, but on the other hand, she is the head of state.

“So that gives us the right to know exactly what ailments she has or doesn’t have? It’s very difficult to get the balance right for everyone’s satisfaction.’

The Queen was released from hospital on Thursday and is now expected to remain in Windsor, where doctors have told her to rest. Buckingham Palace has not disclosed the nature of the tests carried out on King Edward VII and it is not known whether she will require further investigation or treatment.

She was taken to the hospital by car from Windsor rather than by helicopter, and was expected to stay for a short period while being seen by specialists. The decision to take her in overnight was made for “practical reasons,” a source said.

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