Queen will not attend royal events unless confirmed


New palace health plans could mean that the public will not be able to see the Queen until it is confirmed It is claimed on the day.

According to royal sources, there will be a drop in attendance at public events for the Queen, including those that are being held for her Jubilee, due to her Majesty’s recent health problems.

According to one insider, the public should not expect the Queen to attend any future events.

They said: “The assumption must now be that the Queen will not be present at events.

“If Her Majesty attends, it will be determined on the day. A member of the Royal Family will accompany her.

Her Majesty has experienced mobility issues

After her Covid scare last year, the Queen has struggled with mobility issues. Her 96th Birthday is fast approaching and it seems that she’s ready for slow things.

She was replaced by Prince Charles earlier this week when it was revealed that she would be missing her Easter Sunday service in Windsor.

On April 9, 2021, the monarch marked one year since her husband Prince Philip’s passing. They were married for 73 more years than Philip, who died at the age of 99.

The Queen’s appearances are rare and far between

The Queen was controversially seen walking down the aisle with Prince Andrew and a walking stick.

Andrew’s memorial place raised concerns about Queen Elizabeth II’s health. She needed help to walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey.

The Palace was said to have been taking place in the days leading up to the memorial to Prince Philip. “day-by-day”In matters relating to the Queen’s health.

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