Queen Elizabeth II is back to work. Very discreet since the funeral of her husband Prince Philip on April 17, the monarch began to honor her royal commitments again on Tuesday April 27. As reported by a royal expert from the Daily Mirror, Her Majesty participated in two videoconferences from Windsor Castle, one with the Ambassador of Latvia, Ivita Burmistre and the other with the Ambassador of the Côte d ‘ Ivory, Sara Affoué Amani. In the photos photos shared by the journalist, the queen appears all smiling, dressed in a floral dress of the most spring. A beautiful smile that will not fail to delight and reassure all those who were worried about the sovereign, still in mourning.
NEW: The Queen has gone back to work, taking on her first engagements since Prince Philip’s funeral. She held two virtual Audiences from Windsor Castle, with Her Excellency Mrs. Ivita Burmistre from Latvia and Her Excellency Mrs. Sara Affoué Amani of the Ivory Coast pic.twitter.com/zeGpj94h0S
– Russell Myers (@rjmyers) April 27, 2021
Elizabeth II’s first birthday without Prince Philip
On April 21, Prince Charles’ mother had already come out of her silence on the occasion of her 95th birthday. The very first that she spent without her faithful husband by her side. In a personal message shared on Twitter, the Queen did not fail to pay tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh while thanking those who have shown her support in the painful ordeal she is going through: “I have, at the on my 95th birthday today, received many greetings messages, which I very much appreciated. As our family goes through a time of great sadness, it has been a great comfort for all of us to see and hear tributes to my husband from the UK, the Commonwealth and around the world “she wrote before continuing:” My family and I would all like to thank you for the support and kindness you have shown us over the past few days. We have been deeply touched and it only serves as a reminder that Philip has had an extraordinary impact on countless people in his lifetime. ” Heartbreaking words …
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