Buckingham Palace has reported that Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has mobility issues. As a result, you will not be able to attend the upcoming garden parties at Buckingham Palace and will miss the opening of the British Parliamentary Year.
It’s one of the UK’s oldest traditions: The King opens the Parliamentary year with a speech in the House of Lords. However, it has not been without problems in recent years. In 2020, everyone had to stay at home because of Corona. The following year, the pandemic necessitated giving a speech in a much smaller group. Now fate strikes again: due to health problems, the Queen will not be able to attend in 2022. Prince Charles will read her speech.
This may not have been the last time the royal family had to step in for the Queen. Buckingham Palace cites “frequent mobility issues” as the reason for Queen Elizabeth II’s absence. A few days ago, the Queen also canceled garden parties at Buckingham Palace on May 11, 18 and 25.
The 96-year-old Queen is rarely seen in public. The pandemic has clearly played a role in the past couple of years, but her health has also affected. In October, she spent one night in the hospital and had to rest on the advice of a doctor. in March The Queen pulled out of Buckingham Palace and moved to Windsor Castle†
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