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It would appear that even royals get a little stir crazy from time to time.

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was spotted behind the wheel of a green Jaguar, tooling about her Windsor Castle estate Monday, three days after it was reported that doctors advised her to avoid official royal duties for two weeks and rest, The Guardian reported.

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A photograph snapped of the 95-year-old monarch, donning a headscarf and sunglasses, made the rounds on British media websites, Reuters reported.

In late October, the queen spent a night hospitalized for an unspecified ailment, which Buckingham Palace confirmed was not COVID-19 related. Several days later, she canceled her COP26 appearance in Glasgow, and the palace confirmed that she would be resting for two weeks, during which she will avoid travel and take on only light, desk-based duties and the occasional virtual audience.

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The monarch had been slated to appear at an opening reception for the United Nations’ climate change summit but instead recorded a video message for delegates, The Guardian reported.

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Buckingham Palace has previously stated that the queen is in “good spirits” but has offered no details of any specific medical issues, the news outlet reported.

Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Reuters that he had spoken with the queen last week and she was “on very good form.”