The Queen shares a look at Windsor Castle's immaculate gardens—and royal fans are delighted

"That photo is a gorgeous angle of Windsor Castle"

Windsor Castle
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It's been a busy weekend for Her Majesty The Queen, who hosted First Lady Jill Biden and POTUS Joe Biden this weekend at Windsor Castle. 


The Queen has shared a glimpse of the grounds of Windsor Castle on the Royal Family's Twitter feed, posted shortly before Her Majesty met with the Joe and Jill Biden for afternoon tea. 

The image shows a panoramic view of the majestic grounds, with the historic Castle in the distance. Alongside the photograph was the caption, "Today, The Queen will receive President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden at Windsor Castle. 

"Her Majesty has received 4 other Presidents of the United States at Windsor Castle in recent years. President Biden will be the 13th serving US President to be met by Her Majesty."

The Bidens met with the Queen earlier today, with Jill Biden wearing a stylish powder blue two-piece to meet the Queen, while Hey Majesty looked radiant in a pink floral midi-dress.

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Fans were quick to comment on the photograph, sharing their admiration of the stunning grounds. "That photo is a gorgeous angle of Windsor Castle," wrote one approving fan."

While another commented, "I do so love Windsor Castle which is much nicer than Buckingham Palace."

Others praised the Queen on her sunny disposition after what has undoubtedly been a difficult time for her majesty, with one follower writing, "I am full of admiration for her Majesty after a very busy weekend and she has looked amazing. 

"What a fantastic lady well done your Majesty for showing the younger generation how to carry on with grace and class."

This is the second time Windsor Castle has been in the public eye this weekend after the Trooping the Colour event took place on Saturday. 

The Queen, naturally, was center stage during her annual birthday parade, with the Duke of Kent accompanying the Queen at the Trooping the Colour parade in place of Prince Philip, who passed away earlier this year.

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@The Army In London Twitter account shared a snapshot of the event, with the festivities condensed into 30 seconds, alongside the caption, "Trooping the Colour in 30 seconds! 

"The @scots_guards is one of the toughest fighting units in the @BritishArmy.

"Famed for their agility, reconnaissance, tactics, combat and specialized mechanized prowess they are brilliant at ceremonial drill too!"