In fact, while attending the official opening of the new Royal Papworth Hospital in Cambridge on Tuesday, Her Majesty was overheard saying "still perfectly capable" as she planted a tree.
"At 93 the Queen is still insistent that she is still up to a staple part of the job," royal correspondent Richard Palmer shared on twitter along with a video.
"Rejecting an offer of help, she says: 'No, no, I'm still perfectly capable of planting a tree."
The Queen's recent outing comes just days after reports emerged suggesting she is passing on some of her royal duties as she takes steps to give up the throne.
According to Yahoo's The Royal Box, the Queen - who at 66 years on the throne is Britain's longest-serving monarch - may offload some of her duties to her son, Prince Charles, within the next two years.
Royal author Phil Dampier told the publication: "There is talks that when she reaches 95 in a couple of years she may slow down and possibly the Regency Act will be brought in.
"She will still be Queen but Prince Charles will, in fact, take over most of the duties."