Elizabeth II must take care … Since the disappearance of her husband, Prince Philip, on April 9, 2021, the state of health of the Queen of England worries. While she was helped by a cane during one of her recent trips, the latter would today be forced to cancel some of her commitments. In a press release, Buckingham Palace has indicated that it will not participate in the traditional Easter ceremony on Thursday April 14, 2022. Indeed, Elizabeth II would be unable to travel to St George’s Chapel. However, she can count on Prince Charles to represent her. On Twitter, royal expert Chris Ship shared: “She has requested that Prince Charles and Camilla represent her at the annual Maundy Thursday service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.”

If in recent months, the appearances of Elizabeth II have been rarer, she nevertheless wishes to resume her royal commitments. For the Telegraph, royal expert Camilla Tominey assured: “The Queen will be holding more royal engagements from her living room, with people coming to see her. Last week we had some really great photos of an audience in her own living room. This is going to happen more frequently now.” Concluding, the royal expert added, “They’re going to prioritize quality over quantity. The monarchy is changing right before our eyes and that’s probably not a bad thing.”

Elizabeth II did not attend the Commonwealth

A few weeks after being tested positive for Covid-19, the grandmother of Princes William and Harry had not attended the Commonwealth ceremony. While the latter, organized in Westminster Abbey in London, was eagerly awaited, Buckingham Palace had revealed: “After discussing the arrangements to be made with the royal family, the Queen asked the Prince of Wales to represent His Your Majesty at the Commonwealth Ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Monday.”

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