Queen Elizabeth II’s last public appearance was months ago, and her return to the flashbulb is questionable.
London – Despite her old age, Queen Elizabeth II (95) has never neglected her royal duties as queen and head of state, but in recent months it has not only been the corona pandemic that has bothered her. Health problems forced the regent, known for her unshakable work ethic, to cancel several appointments, as reported by 24royal.de*.
Concern for Queen Elizabeth II: Is she withdrawing from the public?
The British monarch’s long absence has not only worried her compatriots. After the Queen* survived the corona disease at the end of February, many had waited for their “comeback” on Commonwealth Day on March 14, but they also had to cancel this important appearance at short notice. The rumors about the ailing health of the 95-year-old do not want to stop. Recently it was reported, among other things, that Queen Elizabeth * should be too weak for walks with her beloved corgis.
The state of the regent is also said to cause headaches for the royal family. According to the “Daily Mail”, the Queen’s appointment calendar is currently being reviewed, which could lead to only very rare appearances and a greater presence of Prince Charles * (73) & Co. in the future. “The Queen is still as perceptive, capable and interested as ever, but physically she’s not as strong as she used to be, which is totally understandable for a woman her age,” an insider told the newspaper. As early as autumn last year, the British palace is said to have thought about the Queen’s workload*.
Queen Elizabeth II: She doesn’t want to miss the memorial service for Prince Philip
At Windsor Castle*, Queen Elizabeth is currently having a handful of audiences and receptions, but her most important appointment in March is still pending. As the “Sun” reports, the 95-year-old is said to have been advised to divide her forces so that she can attend the memorial service for her husband Prince Philip * (99, † 2021) in London on March 29. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA
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