The Queen seen in chauffeur-driven buggy for the first time as she tours Chelsea Flower Show

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In her 70 years on the throne, the Queen has ticked off nearly every mode of transport known to mankind – from horses to helicopters via yachts, Concorde and gold coaches.

As she arrived at the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday, delighting guests who feared she may not make it, she added a new one: a golf buggy.

The Queen, who has recently endured “episodic” mobility problems, confirmed she felt able to attend only hours before arriving in style, taking a tour of the sprawling site via a six-seater luxury “leisure car”.

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