The Defiant Queen will “shrug off pain” to attend the christenings of Zara and Eugenie’s children


Her Majesty informed her closest confidants that she would be fighting through recent health issues to attend the christening ceremony of her great-grandchildren.

After numerous health issues, the 95-year-old monarch had to cancel several engagements and had to withdraw from Remembrance Sunday festivities due to a sore back.

However, she will be attending a joint-christening ceremony at All Saints Chapel in Great Windsor Park (Berkshire) Princess EugenieAccording to Silver Screen Beat reports, Zara Tindall and her children are Zara Tindall.

This is believed to be the first time two royals have been baptized together in this manner.

Eugenie's ceremony with Zara Tindall is thought to be a royal first
The Eugenie and Zara Tindall ceremony is believed to have been a first for the royal family

According to a royal source: “Her Majesty is very keen to be there as she knows how important this is for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

“It’s set to be a heartwarming family occasion and a time of real celebration after what has been some challenging times for certain royals of late, including the Queen herself.

“She is keen to attend such a wonderful event after the great personal disappointment of missing last Sunday’s Remembrance events.”

The Queen is hoping to bounce back after missing some important royal engagements due to ill health
After being unable to attend important royal engagements, The Queen is determined to bounce back.

Yesterday, doctors reassured the public following the discovery by royal fans that their hands were unusually purple.

After her face-toface meeting with General Sir Nick Carter at Windsor Castle, images were published and people took to social networking to discuss her health.

Some people saw it as a sign that she was recovering, while others were concerned about the appearance of one her limbs.

The ceremony will take place at All Saints Chapel in Great Windsor Park, Berkshire
The ceremony will take places at All Saints Chapel in Great Windsor Park (Berkshire).

Speaking to The Metro, Doctor Jay Verma of the Shakespeare Medical Centre in Leeds said: “It might be Raynaud’s phenomenon or just really cold hands.

“The purple is due to deoxygenated blood.”

She added that the hand colour can be caused by “lack of circulation, frail skin, exposed veins, bruising, a leakage of blood to the tissue beneath the skin”.

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