Prince Charles Warmly Responds to Queries Concerning the Queen’s Health
Hello everybody from around the world, you don’t have to worry about the Queen, because, even if you’re not yet convinced when Palace aides revealed that she’s in “good spirits” and still doubt it when the 95-year-old was captured behind the steering wheel near her London estate, her son’s words should put you to rest.
The Queen is alright, and she’s already planning a big family Christmas at Sandringham estate.
Queen Elizabeth to Attend Church Service this Sunday
The Queen is set to carry out her first public engagement this Sunday, November 14. According to the Palace, it is the Queen’s “firm intention” to attend church service on Remembrance Sunday.
While her appearance at London’s Cenotaph isn’t yet confirmed, the Queen seems to have made a full recovery after resting for several days. With her doctor’s approval, she flew to her Sandringham estate last week on a helicopter in order to oversee the Christmas preparations.
The announcement that she will be canceling upcoming engagements and resting came after she was seen attending church service with a walking stick and after she was advised to drop alcohol completely from her diet. Coupled with her first hospital stay in 8 years, it led to widespread panic regarding the Queen’s health.
Palace aides maintained that the Queen is doing fine and that the advice for her to rest was just a precautionary measure. However, the monarch has carried out a number of virtual engagements from her Windsor home.
Queen Is Doing “Alright”, According To Her Eldest Child
Prince Charles visited Brixton, in south London, for an event with the Prince’s Trust on Thursday.
As he was leaving NatWest bank, he was greeted by crowds of people and one man inquired after his mother, the Queen.
The Duke of Cornwall, 72, patted the man’s arm and replied, “She’s alright, thank you”.
The Queen hasn’t carried out any official engagements in person for almost a month now. She will also not attend the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday evening at the Royal Albert Hall.
Instead, the event will be led by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, along with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Earl and Countess of Wessex, and Princess Royal.
The following day, the monarch is set to attend church service in person.
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