She's the Queen of consistency

By Diana Pearl
Updated May 31, 2016 02:40 PM
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The more things change, the more Queen Elizabeth stays the same.

Proving that even at 90 age is just a number, on May 29 the record-setting monarch stuck to her longtime routine of taking one of her many horses for a ride out around the grounds of Windsor Castle.

But it’s not just the going for a ride that’s a tradition for the Queen. For her outing, she wore the very same tan jacket, floral headscarf and white pants that she sported for a ride out in 2014.

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Her dapper riding partner, head groom Terry Pendry, also has a timeless uniform for the occasion: a black bowler hat, jacket (complete with pocket square) and a tie.

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Throughout her life, the Queen has had a love of horses. She was given her first horse (a Shetland pony) when she was just four years old. She attends the Windsor Horse Show annually (sadly, except for this year, when it was cancelled due to flooding) and is known to get rather spirited when watching horse races like Royal Ascot.

It’s comforting to know that no matter what else in the world changes, you can always count on the Queen to keep things consistent.