No reason was given for the decision, while the 95-year-old sovereign canceled several events this week because she was suffering from “mild” symptoms of COVID-19.
A diplomatic reception scheduled for Wednesday at Windsor Castle with Queen Elizabeth II, who tested positive for COVID-19 last Sunday, was cancelled.opinionHead of Diplomacy Liz Truss made the announcement at Buckingham Palace on Saturday. ,The Queen has accepted the advice of the Foreign Secretary to postpone the diplomatic reception in Windsor on Wednesday 2 MarchMahal said in a brief statement.
No reason was given for the decision, while the 95-year-old sovereign canceled several events this week because she was suffering from “mild” symptoms of Covid-19 and diplomatic services are too busy with the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Liz Truss is planning a series of overseas trips to Europe and the United States in the coming days, with dates yet to be specified. Asked by AFP, the Foreign Office did not immediately respond.
Elizabeth II, who crossed the 70-year rule milestone on February 6, tested positive for Covid on Sunday. She was met on February 8 by her son Prince Charles, who tested positive two days later. The palace then indicated that she was suffering”mild cold symptoms“. Since then he has canceled several last-minute hearings that he had to hold by videoconference on Tuesday and Thursday. On Wednesday, however, he held his weekly telephone audience with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Since a night spent in the hospital in October, Sovereign’s presence had become rare. But the palace had recently announced the resumption of its public activities, including a ceremony at Westminster Abbey on March 29 in memory of her husband, Prince Philip, who died last year. Four days of festivities are planned in June to celebrate the queen’s platinum jubilee, which marks her 70-year reign.
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