For the first time, Queen Elizabeth II, 95, appeared in public and walked with a walking stick. The sovereign, together with her daughter Anna, attended a function at Westminster Abbey for the centenary of the Royal British Legion.
The British Queen Elizabeth II she first showed up at a large public event with a walking stick.
The sovereign, 95, attended the ceremony for the centenary of the Royal British Legion, a charity for the armed forces, at Westminster Abbey.
She had previously been photographed with a cane in 2003, but on that occasion she was recovering from knee surgery. Elisabetta was with the Princess Anna.
Queen Elizabeth with the cane, but she hasn’t lost her smile
After they got out of the luxury car there Princess Anna he passed the stick to his mother.
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The queen, who was wearing a royal blue wool coat with a matching hat, smiled and seemed to move without uncertainty as she walked to her church seat.
She entered the abbey through the Poet’s Yard entrance instead of the usual Great West Door to attend the function.
Also present were serving military, veterans and their families from the UK and Commonwealth countries. There Royal British Legion was founded in 1921 to take care of military personnel and their families after the First World War.
From Buckingham Palace have not provided explanations for now. Perhaps there is not much to say about the health of the queen, only fatigued by advancing age, and for the moment we want to avoid unnecessary alarmism.
The passage of time is also felt for Elizabeth II, inevitably.
The sovereign, then, in recent months has received severe blows: the interview scandal of Harry and Meghan and the constant controversy raised around the Dukes of Sussex, the death of the beloved Prince consort Philip and the third child Andrew overwhelmed by Epstein scandal and the consequent judicial troubles.