Queen Elizabeth II will miss her royal engagement scheduled for Friday after feeling “uncomfortable” during Thursday Mega Platinum Jubilee a celebration.
“The Queen had a lot of fun with today’s birthday parade and Flypast but was a little upset,” a spokesperson for the royal family He said in a statement.
“Bearing in mind the flight and activity required to participate in the National Thanksgiving Service tomorrow at St Paul’s Cathedral, Her Majesty the Queen concluded with great reluctance that she would not attend.”
The statement concluded: “The Queen looks forward to participating in the Lighting Beacon event tonight at Windsor Castle and would like to thank everyone who made the day such a memorable occasion.”
Despite her sensitization, Her Majesty the Queen, 96, appeared in good spirits Thursday as she waved to the crowd outside Buckingham Palace to pay tribute to 70 years to the British throne.
She was joined by several members of the royal family, including Kate Middleton, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie – who All in coordination with Her Royal Highness in blue – To celebrate the King’s annual birthday, Trooping the Color.
Prince William and his children from Middleton, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, were also in attendance – with their youngest. Stealing the show because of his amazing behavior.
He was filmed reacting joyfully to the sound of roaring planes flying overhead with his mouth open and his eyes closed, and at some point, He seemed to be screaming With his hands on both ears.
However, the Queen did not appear to be bothered by the young woman’s behaviour, so her recent health issues may be the reason for her impending absence at Friday’s event.
In May, Queen Elizabeth II canceled her appearance at the official opening of Parliament due to “occidental mobility issues” She was suffering at the time.
She also contracted COVID-19 in February, and although Prince Charles was involved His mother was doing ‘better’ Weeks after her diagnosis, movement problems in the elderly can be a side effect of the virus.
according to The results were published in the Journal of the American Medical AssociationMiddle-aged and elderly patients who have had a mild case of COVID-19 can experience “impaired mobility and functional outcomes after infection.”
In April, Queen Elizabeth II said the coronavirus had made her feel “extremely tired”.
The late King’s husband, Prince Philip, At the age of 99 years old In April 2021.
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