Queen Elizabeth II reappears with Windsor audience – Manila bulletin
London, UK – Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday was pictured holding an audience at Windsor Castle in her first as-two-week appearance in relation to the Monarch’s state of health.
The 95-year-old was shown smiling as she presented a medal to concert organist Thomas Trotter as she stood near a chair.
The Queen was last pictured in court on November 24, when she received Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey.
In October, royal officials said the monarch spent the night in a private central London hospital after unspecified tests.
Aides insisted that the overnight stay was for “practical reasons” and that she had resumed “light chores” shortly thereafter.
However, she later withdrew from a scheduled appearance at the UN climate change summit in Scotland in November, pictured in place of her son, Prince Charles. She also did not attend the annual Sunday Remembrance event honoring the war of Britain who died on November 14 due to a “trampled return.”
Since then, she has reduced her commitments and held a few meetings online, as she attended the christening of two of her great-grandchildren on November 21.
The Queen, who lost her husband the Duke of Edinburgh in April, will celebrate her platinum jubilee next year.
It has made Windsor Castle about 43 kilometers west of London its primary residence since the coronavirus first lockdown in March 2020.
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