The 95-year-old was laid to rest on October 20 and taken to hospital overnight
Queen Elizabeth II, who was recently forced to scale back her public commitments to medical advice, will participate as she sees fit at this Sunday’s memorial ceremony in London.
The 95-year-old, who spent a night in hospital in October, was forced to extend the remainder advised by her doctors, forcing her to cancel her participation on Saturday at the Remembrance Festival, which honors British and Commonwealth soldiers. According to a statement from Buckingham Palace, the Queen expressed her “firm intent” two weeks ago, but will attend the ceremony on Sunday at the memorial in London.
As in previous years, His Majesty will attend “The Ceremony” from the balcony of the State Department building, specifying the text. “Due to the last advice of her doctors, the Queen has decided not to attend” at the General Synod of the Church of England on Tuesday 16 November.
lack of transparency
The Queen was laid to rest on October 20, a day after a reception at Windsor Castle where she appeared to speak with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and American businessman Bill Gates. She spent the next night in the hospital, in her first hospital admission since 2013, for “initial checks” for which details were not provided. Elizabeth II had to cancel her flight to COP26, which is due to end this weekend in Glasgow, Scotland.
The fact that Buckingham Palace waited for a press reveal that night in the hospital has raised questions about his health, as well as criticism of what has been denounced as a lack of transparency.
To reassure the British, the Queen was recently seen driving her Jaguar on her grounds at Windsor Castle, about forty kilometers from London, now her main residence.
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