Sad news. For several months, the state of health of Elizabeth II worries many. The sovereign, aged 95, is a person at risk and whose health is fragile. The slightest of its cancellations quickly alerts the British, who imagine the worst. On March 14, she did not attend the Commonwealth ceremony in person, but wanted to send a message in a video broadcast. The sovereign’s next public appearance is scheduled for March 29 at Westminster Abbey. A very important event for her since it is a mass in tribute to her husband, Prince Philip, who died on April 9, 2021. However, as Rebecca English revealed this Thursday, March 24, the presence of Elizabeth II is compromised. In a tweet, she shared a statement from Buckingham Palace announcing the details of the ceremony but it was her caption that alerted internet users. “The queen still hopes to be able to attend”, can we read. As a reminder, the monarch was able to meet Justin Trudeau on March 7 at Windsor Castle. On photos unveiled, Elizabeth II seemed to be in rather good shape. Will she be able to make the trip for this event that is very close to her heart?

They are worried. For several months, the state of health of Elizabeth II has been worrying. The sovereign was hospitalized one night, she chained the cancellations and recently contracted the Covid-19. Indeed, on February 20, she tested positive for the virus but quickly recovered. Recently, she called on Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, to represent her on an official trip to the Caribbean and her absence from the Commonwealth celebration on March 14 was very noticeable. In addition, Rebecca English had already confided that the Queen of England would not be present at all the celebrations planned for her jubilee, which will take place in June. For Prince Philip’s tribute ceremony, many members of the royal family have confirmed their presence. According to the Royal Histories website, there will be King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Máxima, as well as King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia. More than “500 representatives of the Duke of Edinburgh’s charities and patronages” were also invited.

NEW Buckingham Palace formally announces details of the service of thanksgiving for the life of the Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen ‘hopes to attend’.

— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) March 24, 2022

Elizabeth II: does she use a wheelchair?

The news about Elizabeth II is linked and these are not very good. Indeed, according to Christopher Biggins, an insider, the sovereign would have canceled her engagements out of pride. “It’s very sad and I hope she can attend her birthday celebrations,” he told GB News. “I heard that the reason she doesn’t do a lot of the events she should do and cancels them is because she’s in a wheelchair,” he explained before adding : “She does not want to be seen because she is very proud”. A revelation that worries the British a lot.


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