Queen Elizabeth Looked Happy and Healthy Amid Health Scares
Thousands of royal fans from all over the world went into panic mode when it was announced that the Queen would be missing the poignant Remembrance Sunday ceremony, despite the fact that it was her dearest wish to attend.
The Palace announced in the morning of November 14, Sunday, that Her Majesty had sprained her back and therefore cannot be expected to make the journey or to stand during the ceremony for that long. It was further revealed that the back sprain had nothing to do with her medical team’s prior advice to rest.
However, servicemen in attendance at the ceremony shared their fears over their “boss” Queen Elizabeth not being present in the ceremony, fearing that her health may be worse than is let on.
Updates about the Queen show that the 95-year-old is already back at her desk, carrying out “light” official duties. She also gave her eldest child Prince Charles blessing to carry on with his royal tour.
Her Majesty Handles First In-person Engagement since October Hospitalization
Queen Elizabeth met with General Sir Nick Carter at Windsor Castle, marking her first in-person engagement in almost a month.
When the news emerged of the monarch spraining her back, it was reported that she wouldn’t be traveling from Windsor for a while as she recovers from the injuries. Royal experts speculated that the Queen may likely cancel all her official engagements for the rest of the year.
Contrary to speculations and predictions, the monarch is already back on her feet, happy and smiling as always, just days after it was announced that she sprained her back.
The Queen welcomed General Sir Nick Carter, the Chief of the Defense Staff, in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle on Wednesday.
She wore a floral dress and black shoes for the occasion. Family photos were displayed in the background, including Prince William and Kate Middleton’s sweet engagement portrait.
Sunday’s event was previously expected to mark the first time that the Monarch carried out a public engagement after her hospitalization on October 20, but a sprained back prevented her from making the service which took place at Cenotaph.
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