Queen Elizabeth II of England no longer makes many public appearances.
Queen Elizabeth II has been in Scotland for Holyrood Week since Monday.
On Tuesday June 28, 2022, Elizabeth II of England makes a second public appearance.

During four days of festive weekend, the British celebrated the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. Elizabeth II is the world’s oldest surviving monarch. For her 70-plus-year reign, Queen Elizabeth II of England is also the longest-serving sovereign on her throne. Despite being 96 years old, the mother of the future king, Prince Charles, 73, reiterated her promise during his Platinum Jubilee. Elizabeth II intends to continue to serve her subjects to the best of her abilities, supported by her family.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England was conspicuously absent during her Platinum Jubilee festivities. And for good reason, his state of health and in particular his mobility problems. However, on June 28, 2022, the grandmother of Prince William, Crown Prince, 40, made her second public appearance in two days, reports Le Figaro. Queen Elizabeth II of England is traveling to Scotland to attend important royal events during Holyrood Week. On Tuesday, June 28, Elizabeth II attended an armed forces loyalty parade in Edinburgh. “The 96-year-old sovereign has been participating in a week of royal events in Scotland since Monday, alongside members of her family,” said Le Figaro.

Queen Elizabeth II of England smiles to the delight of the Scots

During her second public appearance on Tuesday, June 28, Elizabeth II of England had a smile on her face. The 96-year-old queen displayed a fresh and radiant face. The mother of Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, exuded joy. For the occasion, Queen Elizabeth II donned a lilac coat accessorized with a matching hat. All perky, the British sovereign leans on a cane to move around and to stay upright. Elizabeth II of England also wears glasses to watch the military parade in the gardens of the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

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