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Queen Elizabeth retires from Remembrance Sunday service after spraining her back

Queen Elizabeth retires from Remembrance Sunday service after spraining her back.

Video above: The Queen walks with a cane at the British Legion Centenary in October. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II missed the Remembrance Sunday service in central London after spraining her back, Buckingham Palace said on Sunday.

With great regret that he will not be able to attend the Sunday service of remembrance today at the cenotaph. Her Majesty is disappointed that the service will be lost, “said a statement.

Prince Charles laid a wreath at the cenotaph on behalf of the queen, as Buckingham Palace had confirmed Thursday that the 95-year-old monarch was lo well enough to attend the ceremony to commemorate those who died in the conflicts unrelated to his doctor’s recent advice to rest, according to a royal source.

The timing is unfortunate and no one regrets the queen’s absence today more deeply than the monarch herself, the royal source told CNN. The queen was deeply disappointed to miss the engagement she considers one of the most important engagements of the year, and hopes it will continue.

As planned with her schedule of light official duties next week adds the royal source. Large crowds gathered around the Cenotaph this Sunday after the annual service was greatly reduced by their COVID-19 restrictions last year.

It has been more than three weeks since the Queen attended a public event, when she hosted a reception for business leaders at Buckingham Palace ahead of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow.

The next day, the sovereign abruptly canceled an imminent trip to Northern Ireland and spent a night in hospital for what a spokesperson described at the time as “preliminary investigations”.

Since then and following the orders of his doctor, the royal house has reduced his diary. significantly. He has been resting mainly in Windsor, doing some light duty via video link and telephone.

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II missed the Remembrance Sunday service in central London after spraining her back, Buckingham Palace said on Sunday.

“The Queen, having twisted her back, decided this morning with great regret that she will not be able to attend today’s Remembrance Sunday Service at the Cenotaph. Her Majesty is disappointed that the service will be lost,” a statement said.

Prince Charles laid a wreath at the cenotaph on behalf of the queen, as in previous years.

Buckingham Palace had confirmed Thursday that the 95-year-old monarch was well enough to attend the ceremony to commemorate those who died in the conflicts.

Queen Elizabeth’s decision to withdraw from Remembrance Day Sunday service after spraining her back is unrelated to her doctor’s recent advice to rest, according to a royal source.

The timing is unfortunate and no one regrets the queen’s absence today more deeply than the monarch herself, the royal source told CNN.

The queen was deeply disappointed to miss the engagement, which she considers one of the most important engagements of the year, and hopes to continue as planned with her light official duty schedule next week, the royal source adds.

Other members of the royal family, including Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and William and Catherine, the Dukes of Cambridge, attended the Remembrance Sunday service as scheduled.

Large crowds gathered around the Cenotaph this Sunday after the annual service was greatly reduced by COVID-19 restrictions last year.

It has been more than three weeks since the Queen attended a public event, when she hosted a reception for business leaders at Buckingham Palace ahead of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow.

The next day, the sovereign abruptly canceled an imminent trip to Northern Ireland and spent a night in hospital for what a spokesman described at the time as “preliminary investigations”.

Since then and following the orders of his doctor, the royal house has significantly reduced his diary. He has mostly been resting in Windsor, doing some light duty via video link and telephone.

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