The state of health of Elizabeth II worries a lot since she is 95 years old. In recent months, the sovereign has chained cancellations and Buckingham Palace had indicated that she had spent a night in the hospital last October. Something to worry the royal family but also the British. Lately, she has only been seen a few times and takes time for herself. However, according to information published by Omid Scobie, royal journalist, the Queen of England will attend the ceremony scheduled for Tuesday, March 29. It is very important to her since it is a tribute to her late husband, Prince Philip. This takes place at Westminster Abbey. “According to Buckingham Palace, Elizabeth II is attending the ceremony later in the morning,” Omid Scobie said first. A decision which was taken “at the last minute” according to his information since the Palace was waiting “to know if the sovereign felt well enough to attend”, he concluded. Reassuring news about the state of health of Elizabeth II.

Until the end, the mystery around the arrival of Elizabeth II at the tribute ceremony of Prince Philip remained. On March 24, Rebecca English, a journalist specializing in the royal family, published a press release from Buckingham Palace on her Twitter account. In it, we could read the terms of this ceremony and it was simply stated that the Queen “hoped to attend”. This Monday, March 28, a royal expert explained in the columns of the Sun that “the final decision will not be made until tomorrow morning”, that is to say the same day. A protocol to which Elizabeth II seems to have been held. However, he also said that the Queen of England “seemed to be doing much, much better” but also that it was “very important for her to be present”. In addition, Elizabeth II can count on the support of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Máxima, but also King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia, all present for this special occasion.

: Buckingham Palace say the Queen IS currently intending to attend the memorial service later this morning. A decision had been left at the last moment in case the monarch was not feeling up to it.

— Omid Scobie (@scobie) March 29, 2022

Tribute to Prince Philip: when did Elizabeth II’s husband die?

It was on April 9, 2021 that Elizabeth II said goodbye to “her rock”, who died “peacefully” at the age of 99. The two had been inseparable since their marriage on November 20, 1947, at Westminster Abbey. They subsequently had four children: Charles, Prince of Wales, Anne, Princess Royal, Andrew, Duke of York and Edward, Earl of Wessex. Thus, it was very important for the Queen of England to pay a new tribute to the one with whom she shared her life for more than 70 years. A ceremony that she would not have missed for anything in the world.

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