Rani, 95, was rested on October 20 and hospitalized overnight
Queen Elizabeth II, who was recently forced to reduce her public commitments on medical advice, will attend a remembrance ceremony in London this Sunday.
The 95-year-old sovereign, who spent a night in hospital in October, had to extend the period of rest advised by her doctors, forcing her to cancel her participation in this Saturday’s commemoration, which pays tribute to British and Commonwealth soldiers. . According to a statement from Buckingham Palace, as she expressed her “strong intention” two weeks ago, the Queen will be present at the ceremony at the cemetery in London on Sunday.
“As in previous years, Her Majesty will attend the Foreign Ministry’s ceremony “from the balcony of the building”, specifies the text. Heeding the recent advice of her doctors, “at the General Synod of the Church of England on Tuesday 16 November, the Queen has decided not to attend”.
lack of transparency
The Queen was laid to rest on 20 October, the day after a reception at Windsor Castle, where she was seen chatting with her Prime Minister Boris Johnson and American businessman Bill Gates. He spent the next night in the hospital after his first hospitalization since 2013 for “preliminary examinations”, details of which were not given. Elizabeth II had to cancel her trip to COP26, which is due to end this weekend in Glasgow, Scotland.
The fact that Buckingham Palace waited in hospital for the press revelations that night raised questions about the state of his health, as well as what was condemned as a lack of transparency.
Convinced of the British, the Queen was recently spotted at her jaguar’s wheel in the grounds of Windsor Castle, about forty kilometers from London, which is now her main residence.
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