Elizabeth II: Disappointed by her own admission, the Queen changes plans for her anniversary

In a few weeks, Elizabeth II will celebrate her 70th anniversary of reign. But the jaded queen had no choice but to scale back her ambitions for her platinum jubilee.

Covid-19 left footprints under the gold of Buckingham Palace. Infected with the coronavirus a few weeks ago, Elizabeth II is still suffering from symptoms of disability. Even if Her Majesty did her best to attend Prince Philip’s celebration on March 29, her health now prevents her from continuing her daily life as she sees fit. Result: She couldn’t help but change plans originally planned for celebrating her platinum anniversary next June. Queen “very tired” limit his speeches “just a few” events, the Crown expert assured. “It will be very difficult, and I think that she will only appear at a few events, maybe serve at St. Paul’s.Angela Levin explained. It will be very important for her because she is a Christian.”

“Maybe she will feel good enough to sit down and watch the horses. She won’t be everywhere. But if she’s there, she’ll appreciate that the public wants to be there and support her.” the specialist continued, according to Elizabeth II, during several events her relatives will be replaced. Despite Her Majesty’s failing health, those around her hope she can make a public appearance to celebrate the 70th anniversary of her reign.. “I think people around her are worried that if the public doesn’t see her, people won’t come.Angela Levin continued. I’m sure everyone in the palace hopes the people will come forward to pay their respects and say thank you for his extraordinary reign.” But having decreased, Elizabeth II will not be able to provide the planned schedule.

Elizabeth II: what events should she visit?

Needless to say, Covid-19 has left its mark. Usually so strong, Her Majesty herself admitted that “very tired” because she contracted the virus. “It leaves us very tired and exhausted, doesn’t it, this terrible virus?”he asked a man who had recovered from the coronavirus during a video conversation. Despite being chronically exhausted and tired, she always made public appearances at Westminster to pay tribute to her late husband in front of most members of the British Crown. In the coming weeks, according to ExpressShe is expected to attend at least four very important events for her: the official opening of Parliament in May, the Epsom Derby, Trooping the Color in June and a special service at St. Paul’s Cathedral to mark her platinum anniversary.

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Infected with the coronavirus a few weeks ago, Elizabeth II is still suffering from disability symptoms.

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Even if Her Majesty did her best to attend Prince Philip’s celebration on March 29, her health now does not allow her to continue her daily life as she sees fit.

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Result: She couldn’t help but change plans originally planned for her platinum anniversary celebration next June.

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The ‘very tired’ queen will limit her appearance to ‘just a few’ events, a Crown expert assured.

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“It will be very difficult and I think she will only appear at a few events, maybe serving at St. Paul’s Cathedral.”

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“It will be very important to her because she is a Christian.”

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“Maybe she will feel good enough to sit and watch the horses. She won’t be everywhere. But if she’s there, she’ll appreciate that the public wants to be there and support her.”

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Elizabeth II will be replaced by her relatives during several events

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Despite Her Majesty’s failing health, those around her hope she can make a public appearance to celebrate the 70th anniversary of her reign.

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“I imagine that those around her are worried that if the public does not see her, people will not come”

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“I’m sure everyone in the palace hopes the people will come forward to pay their respects and say thank you for his extraordinary reign.”

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But a shrinking Elizabeth II will not be able to provide the planned schedule.

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It must be said that Covid-19 has left its mark

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Usually so strong that Her Majesty herself admitted that she was “very tired” since she contracted the virus.

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“It leaves us very tired and exhausted, doesn’t it, this terrible virus?”

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Despite being exhausted and chronically fatigued, she insisted on a public appearance at Westminster to pay tribute to her late husband in front of the majority of the British Crown.

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In the coming weeks, according to The Express, she should attend at least four very important events for her.

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She will attend the official opening of Parliament in May.

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She will attend the Epsom Derby, Trooping the Color in June and a special service at St. Paul’s Cathedral to celebrate her platinum anniversary.

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She will attend the Epsom Derby, Trooping the Color in June and a special service at St. Paul’s Cathedral to celebrate her platinum anniversary.

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