Enfield-born Charlotte Dujardin received an OBE for services to equestrianism, following her two gold medals at London 2012.
Horserider Charlotte Dujardin says she will now turn her attention to the next Olympics in Rio De Janeiro after winning two gold medals at London 2012.
The 27-year-old from Enfield was crowned the individual freestyle champion yesterday after winning the team event on Tuesday.
She now plans to work with her team-mate Carl Hester to find horses capable of winning medals in four years' time.
A record breaker will be hoping to add to her medal success today.
Charlotte Dujardin, a former stable girl from Enfield, has already picked up the Gold in the team dressage on Tuesday.
She and her team-mates were the first British team to get a medal in the event.
Later today, she competes in the individual dressage.