NewsThe Queen smiles again: First audience after back problems

The Queen smiles again: First audience after back problems

The worries about Queen Elizabeth II were great, but the monarch once again shows her strength. She is back and has already received the first visitor.

Windsor – Back pain had kept the British Queen away from attending the Remembrance Day commemoration, the British equivalent of Memorial Day. Concerns about the Queen’s constitution increased, as public appointments had been canceled in advance.
The joy was all the greater when the regent welcomed her first guest at Windsor Castle with a smile, reveals *.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. * (95) had a back sprain kept her from the memorial service at the cenotaph. Duchess Kate (39) stood instead on the balcony * between Duchess Camilla (74) and the Countess of Wessex (56). The concern about a deterioration in the state of health and even the withdrawal of the Queen from the royal daily business * was in the room.

But Queen Elizabeth II. * Shows once again what she understands by the fulfillment of royal duties. After years as chief of the defense staff, she did not want to let her general Sir Nick Carter (62) go to the end of the month without a personal audience. At Windsor Castle she welcomed the deserved commandant without a walker as the first official appointment with friendly words.

Her absence last week had raised concerns about the monarch’s resilience. The 95-year-old had to spend a night in the hospital * last month and was later forced to take a break from work by the doctors, which the regent used for a spray tour behind the wheel * on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The royal fans were delighted to see her at an official appointment. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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