Bahrain’s King Hamad and Britain’s Queen Elizabeth yesterday – PHOTOS

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth played host to Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa at the Royal Windsor Horse Show yesterday.

But despite looking a little glum, she had plenty to smile about at this year’s event, as her horse Barbers Shop won in two categories on Thursday.

King Hamad joined the British Royal Family on the third day of the five-day show held in the private grounds of Windsor Castle.

The Queen, 91, has attended annually since it began as a wartime fundraising event in 1943 and has even competed in the show herself.

Side-splitting: The Duke of York appeared to have discussed something highly amusing with Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Unamused: The Queen didn't share in the laughter with her son and the Middle East royal

Good company: Former Prime Minister David Cameron stands next to the King of Bahrain at Friday's event 

Feminine blooms: The Queen opted for a delicate cream, green and blush pink number for the show


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