Queen Elizabeth II still loves riding horses.

The monarch turned 93 years old in April. However, she still loves to ride horses. Princess Anne confirmed this when she appeared on an episode of BBC’s “Countryfile” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Riding for the Disabled. Host John Craven asked the 68-year-old former Olympic equestrian if she was still riding horses.

“Oh, I ride when I’m at home yes,” Princess Anne said.

“When you say if I’m still riding, Her Majesty is still riding so come on! I’ve got a year or two to go.”

In November, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip were spotted horse riding separately. The Queen was seen riding her beloved black Felly pony, Carltonlima Emma. The pony sported a red poppy to mark the start of Remembrance Week.

Queen Elizabeth II was seen out and about with her favorite horse after Prince Philip went out carriage riding with two black horses in the fields. The Duke of Edinburgh was joined by two stablewomen who sat behind him.

In April, the senior royal couple did it again. Prince Philip took the reins and enjoyed horse carriage riding. He kept a low profile in a flat cap, khaki coat and gloves.

On the same day, Queen Elizabeth II was seen enjoying her morning ride on her Felly pony. The monarch sported her trademark head scarf and wrapped herself up in a coat.

Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II aren’t showing any signs that they will stop riding horses soon. Meanwhile, some were concerned for their health and safety as they continue their favorite hobby given their age.

In related news, Queen Elizabeth II just beat Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle as the biggest influential royal. Last week, the Queen invited Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Buckingham Palace for a meeting.

Netizens noticed in the photos released after their meeting that the Queen was using a Dyson air conditioner. Shortly after the pictures were released, the expensive electric device was sold out.

Royal commentator Angela Mollard said that the Queen is a “huge influencer” and joked that “everybody should be paying for her social media clout because she sold out that air conditioner. Which is very, very expensive.”

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Queen Elizabeth II is seen at the Chichester Theatre while visiting West Sussex on Nov. 30, 2017, in Chichester, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Stuart C. Wilson