Britain’s Princess Anne, King Charles III’s younger sister, was discharged from the hospital after a five-night stay due to a minor head injury, Buckingham Palace said Friday. The injury, believed to have been caused by a horse, occurred while she was walking on her estate.

The 73-year-old princess returned home to Gatcombe Park in southwest England to recuperate and will resume public duties once her medical team permits.

“I would like to extend my warmest thanks to all the team at Southmead Hospital for their care, expertise and kindness during my wife’s short stay,” said her husband Tim Laurence.

Anne, a former Olympic equestrian, likely suffered a concussion from the incident, which involved horses in the vicinity. She has no recollection of the event. The palace stated on Monday that she is expected to make a full recovery, though her upcoming engagements have been postponed, and she canceled a planned trip to Canada this week.