They had not left each other for seven months. This Wednesday, October 7, the British tabloid The Daily Mail reveals that Her Majesty Elizabeth II has packed up to take refuge again in Windsor Castle, where she was confined from March 2020. But, this time, the Queen went there alone since Prince Philip is now at Sandringham and more particularly at Wood Farm according to our colleagues from across the Channel. As a reminder, the royal couple stayed in Norfolk County for three weeks after cutting short their vacation in Balmoral, Scotland, during the summer. A well-deserved vacation after a long confinement in Windsor.
The decision to separate Her Majesty Elizabeth II from her husband was taken this Tuesday, October 6 and it came from Prince Philip himself. Indeed, at the age of 99, he who retired from public life in 2017, the Duke of Edinburgh spends most of his retirement in the isolated farm of his Norfolk estate, as the Anglo-tabloid explained. Saxon The Mirror. It was therefore no surprise that he wanted to stay there, despite the distance from his beloved, and while a source close to the Crown had said that he would be sent back to Windsor Castle for lack of staff who could assist him at Sandringham. The problem would have been solved, to his greatest happiness.
When will we be back in Buckingham?
Water in the gas? Far from there. Indeed, according to The Sun, Her Majesty Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are closer than ever following a harmonious confinement. “Everyone who has seen her recently says that the Queen seems to be leading a new life because she loved the chance to have a good time with Philip”, said a relative of the sovereign, “it is the first time in years that the Queen can spend quality time with her husband. ” Back in Windsor, Her Majesty Elizabeth II will spend her October 2020 there before returning to Buckingham Palace at a later date.
A choice coming straight from its staff, wishing to protect it in the face of the resumption of the coronavirus pandemic in the United Kingdom. No major event will therefore take place, neither at the palace nor in Windsor, until the end of the year, in accordance with the health restrictions of the British executive. And if she is forced to move away from her dear and tender, her holiday season could also be threatened.
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