Queen Elizabeth, 95, Steps Out In Public With A Cane For The First Time In 17 Years

Being famous means every little thing you do will be broadcasted for the world to see. I can't imagine living like that, seeing as I can barely handle when someone posts an unflattering picture of me on Facebook. Being the Queen of England is like being a famous person times 1 million, which is exactly why everything she does every single day is reported about!

It's hard to believe Queen Elizabeth is in her 95th year.

As someone who is half her age, I'm gobsmacked by the amount of patience she must have to deal with people every single day.

A true legend she is!

Now, HM Queen Elizabeth II is making headlines after using a cane for the first time in nearly two decades.

The Monarch was spotted at a Service of Thanksgiving to mark the Centenary of the Royal British Legion on Tuesday with daughter Anne, 71, by her side.

The 95-year-old used a walking stick for the first time in public since 2003 when she used a cane while she was recovering from knee surgery at the time.

Cane or no cane, HM is always the beacon of strength and grace!

According to "Daily Mail" HRH was reported to be using the cane "for comfort."

Walking stick experts told the publication that the Queen was using "more of a telescopic walking pole with trigger grip and wrist loop" as opposed to a traditional walking stick or cane, and that it is "more of an outdoors sports stick."

Well, I've always pegged HM Queen Elizabeth as the sporty type, and as it turns out, I was right!

So glad to see the Queen interacting with the public again, looking as radiant as ever.

h/t: People.