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    IN May, the Queen sat out the State Opening of Parliament for the first time in decades citing health issues. So how is Her Majesty's health at the moment? Here's all you need to know. 1The Queen isn't known to have any major medical health conditions, and has only occasionally pulled out of engagements due to illnessCredit: Arthur Edwards / The Sun How is The Queen doing? In May 2022, the Queen missed a State Opening of Parliament for the first time in 59 years. In a statement, the Palace said: "The Queen continues to experience episodic mobility problems, and in consultation with her doctors has reluctantly decided that she will not attend the State Opening of Parliament tomorrow." It's understood that she is planning to attend other appointments this week. What health issues has the Queen had? The Queen isn't known to have any major medical health conditions, and has only occasionally pulled out of engagements due to illness throughout her reign. READ MORE ON THE QUEENGAME OF THRONES First EVER glimpse of life with King Charles as...
    The Queen will miss four garden parties held this summer to thank the nation’s great and good.  Other members of the Royal Family will instead represent the 96-year-old monarch at the three ‘hardy annuals’ of the royal calendar at Buckingham Palace and another at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.  Her Majesty, who has mobility issues, has missed several major events this year but has been carrying out virtual engagements and other duties. Garden parties are being staged for the first time in three years.  They are key events in the royal calendar in which those who have served their country or communities are invited to the monarch’s home. That Her Majesty no longer feels able to attend is no great surprise.  But the fact that the palace chose to announce it in a press release almost a week ahead of the first gathering shows how much has changed in the life of our much-loved head of state since last autumn, when someone I know recalls bumping into Her Majesty walking her dogs at Balmoral looking ‘full of beans’ just...
    THE QUEEN has announced she will not attend her famous royal garden parties this year amid growing concerns over her health. The summer soirees are a key event in the royal calendar and are usually hosted by Her Majesty in the impressive grounds around Buckingham Palace and Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. 1The Queen has announced she will not attend her famous royal garden parties this year amid growing concerns over her healthCredit: PA But it has been revealed that key members of the royal family will now go in place of the Queen, with the long afternoon of standing and walking no longer suitable for the 96-year-old monarch who suffers from mobility issues. It is the first time in three years that the parties have gone ahead due to Covid and it is thought to be the only time the Queen will not be present at any of them in her 70-year-reign. Traditionally the event is an opportunity for the monarch to meet those who have served their country or communities from all different walks of life with around 30,000 guests...
    The Queen will not attend this year's Garden Parties and will instead be represented by other members of the Royal Family, Buckingham Palace revealed today. The 96-year-old, who has been suffering from mobility and health issues in recent months, will not be at the events which are taking place for the first time since 2019. The decision is likely down to the format of the parties in that the monarch would have had to stand for more than an hour and move down the lines greeting people. The Queen attends an audience with Switzerland's president at Windsor Castle on April 28 The Queen is driven through Sandringham to her helicopter to return to Windsor on April 27 Royal expert Angela Levin said today: 'It's a good decision for the Queen not to attend garden parties as there would be too much standing. What a shame though.'  Normally there are up to three Garden Parties at the Buckingham Palace Garden each summer, as well as another at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    THE Queen will not be attending any of the garden parties this year, Buckingham Palace has announced. Her Majesty will not greet guests at events in May and June. 1The Queen will not attend the garden parties in May or June this year, it has been announcedCredit: Getty Four parties will take place in the coming weeks. A statement released this morning reads: "Her Majesty The Queen will be represented by other members of the Royal Family at this year’s Garden Parties, with details on attendance to be confirmed in due course.  "The Queen has given permission for the Not Forgotten Association Annual Garden Party to be hosted by the Princess Royal, as the charity’s patron, in the Buckingham Palace Garden on Thursday, May 12." THIS IS A DEVELOPING STORY... The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSun...
    Plans are being put in place to ensure the Queen will be able to cheer her horses on from the royal box at the Platinum Jubilee Epsom Derby – and perhaps bag the 'fairytale' racing win that has so far eluded her. Although she has been suffering increasing mobility issues and royal aides have indicated that she cannot yet commit to any of the events planned to mark her 70 historic years on the throne, it is understood that staff are 'moving heaven and earth' to ensure she can attend the most prestigious race meet of the year. This includes changing the route of her official car so that it can draw up directly outside the Queen's stand so that she only has to walk a few yards to get a lift straight up to her seat. A source said: 'She really is absolutely determined to attend.' The Cazoo Derby on Saturday June 4 is one of the official national celebrations over the four-day jubilee weekend in June and one that has particular personal resonance for the monarch, who turns...
    THE QUEEN resides in several British royal homes such as Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. This is the latest on where the Queen has been residing and on Her Majesty's health. 1The Queen will celebrate her 96th birthday in Sandringham Where is The Queen today? On April 20, 2022, the Queen travelled to Sandringham from her Windsor residence. It was reported that the Queen wished to be "closer to Prince Philip" before her 96th birthday and so is going to the royal family's estate in Norfolk. The Mirror reported that she will stay in the Duke of Edinburgh's former home, Wood Farm. The Queen was currently residing in Windsor Castle. Read More on the QueenHAPPY BIRTHDAY!...again This is why the Queen has two birthdaysHEIR WE GO Harry snubs Queen AGAIN as he refuses confirm Jubilee or if he misses Wills In March 2022, Her Majesty confirmed that she will not live at Buckingham Palace any longer and will make Windsor Castle her permanent residence. The Queen had regular visits to Windsor before she made it her permanent home. She spends...
    THE public must assume the Queen will not attend future events until confirmed by the Palace on the day, it is claimed. Her Majesty's presence at public engagements will be a bonus but not guaranteed under alleged new Palace plans following several health scares, including a brush with Covid. 1The Queen arrives at Westminster Abbey for the memorial service of Prince PhilipCredit: Tom Bowles / Story Picture Agency An insider told The Mail on Sunday: "The assumption must now be that the Queen will not be present at events. "If Her Majesty does attend, it will be decided on the day and she will be accompanied by another member of the Royal Family." The monarch, who next week turns 96, has pulled out of several recent engagements at the last minute due to ongoing mobility issues. It was this week confirmed she would miss her Easter Sunday Service in Windsor, despite usually making an appearance. READ MORE ROYAL NEWSDON'T RAIN ON ER PARADE Harry & Meghan could 'hijack' Queen's Platinum Jubilee, royals fearFAMILY TIES Eugenie revealed to have ‘played...
    The public must start assuming the Queen will not attend public events, a palace source has told The Mail on Sunday. In recent months, Buckingham Palace has been forced to make several last-minute announcements that the Queen has ‘regretfully’ pulled out of engagements due to mobility issues. Under a new strategy, aides will now confirm her attendance only on the day of an event. ‘The assumption must now be that the Queen will not be present at events,’ the source said. ‘If Her Majesty does attend, it will be decided on the day and she will be accompanied by another member of the Royal Family.’ During her record-breaking 70-year reign, the Queen’s attendance at most engagements has been planned for months and often announced publicly weeks in advance. But the presence of the Monarch – who marks her 96th birthday on Thursday – will now be a bonus, rather than guaranteed. The decision means an even greater role for Prince Charles, under whose leadership – in large part – the Monarchy is effectively continuing. Prince Charles (pictured with the Queen) ...
    LONDON (AP) – Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have visited Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, on their first joint visit to the U.K. since they gave up formal royal roles and moved to the U.S. more than two years ago. The couple’s office says they visited the 95-year-old queen, Harry’s grandmother, Thursday on their way to the Netherlands to attend the Invictus Games. Harry is a founder and patron of the international sports competition for wounded military veterans. Harry and Meghan stepped down as senior working royals and moved to North America in 2020, citing the unbearable pressure of their roles and racist attitudes of the British media. Since then Harry has made solo trips to the U.K. to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip, in April 2021 and to unveil a statue of his late mother Princess Diana last July. The couple, also known as the duke and duchess of Sussex, lost their taxpayer-funded police guard when they walked away, and Harry is suing the British government for refusing to let him pay for his...
    The Queen is not expected to attend the Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle this weekend, a royal source said today. Prince Charles and Camilla are representing her at today's Royal Maundy service at Windsor, but will then be away for Easter at their Birkhall estate in Aberdeenshire. However, other members of the Royal Family - not including the Queen, Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall - are expected to attend Sunday's service.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biographer Omid Scobie claimed today that this will be the first Easter Sunday service the Queen will have missed in five decades. This is believed to have been in 1970 when the Queen was on a tour of New Zealand and Australia from March until May that year - and also missed the Maundy service.  The 95-year-old monarch has been experiencing mobility issues in recent months and now lives at Windsor, but it is anticipated that she will not be at either service. Easter Sunday falls this year on the one-year anniversary of her husband Prince Philip's funeral...
    It remains unclear how many engagements the Queen will be able to carry out in person this year as she continues to struggle with mobility issues, but the organiser of the Royal Windsor Horse Show is hopeful she will still attend. Her Majesty, who celebrates her 96th birthday later this month, would typically have a packed schedule to look forward to over summer, including outings to events like Royal Ascot and the Braemar Games.  Yet a reduced in-person schedule, which has seen the Queen carry out engagements via video link, means she might not be seen as much over the coming months as she would have previously.   The Queen, dressed in a turquoise coat and matching hat, presents the Best Turned Out Trooper award in 2015 At the helm – Her Majesty drives herself around the carriage driving course in a trusty Land Rover in 1982 Her Majesty presents a prize for Services Team Jumping event, made to the Royal Army Service Corps, in 1965 Among the highlights of her calendar is the Royal Windsor Horse Show, an event that...
    Prince Andrew will use his central role at Westminster Abbey as a springboard to support his mother at a Platinum Jubilee service at St Paul's Cathedral in June and is not bothered if 'public opinion is against him', it was claimed today. The Duke of York is said to have been 'emboldened' by the Queen's decision to travel with him from Windsor and to let him walk her to and from her seat on Tuesday at an event watched by millions.  It came amid reports of a rift between palace aides over the decision and explosive claims that senior members of the Royal Family only found out the night before. The Duke of York is said to be determined to be at the service at St Paul's on June 3, viewing it as a tribute to his mother in the same way Tuesday's service was a tribute to his father Prince Philip.  The shamed royal is also disinterested in 'the weight of public opinion' against him, according to The Sun, especially after the Queen is reported to have overruled Prince Charles and Prince William to...
    Prince Charles is lined up to deliver the Queen's Speech at the state opening of parliament amid concerns she may not feel fit enough to attend. Contingency plans are being prepared by palace and government officials to accommodate her absence should health or mobility issues prevent her from reading her speech on May 10. It comes as the Queen, 95, has pulled out of a number of key occasions in the last six months due to concerns surrounding her health, most recently delegating to Charles for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey last week. The consistent uncertainty has meant that her presence at all future events will be confirmed on the day with a member of the royal family on standby in the event she feels unable to attend.  A royal source told the Sunday Times: 'The date is in Her Majesty's diary, and she hopes to attend. The Queen remains fit and active, and it is amazing how much she still does. 'But her diary is being paced to reflect the realities of a woman of her age,...
    European monarchs have confirmed their attendance at Prince Philip's memorial at the end of the month - but Queen Elizabeth's attendance is now 'in the balance', a royal expert has claimed.  The Duke of Edinburgh's funeral was held last April at Windsor Castle when pandemic rules stipulated that only 30 people could attend, and a memorial has been planned for March 29 to provide an opportunity for more friends and dignitaries to mark his lifetime of duty.  Royals including the Kings and Queens of The Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium and Spain are amoung those who have announced they are attending. However it has now emerged Queen Elizabeth may not be able to attend the memorial service. Speaking on True Royalty TV’s, Russell Myers told The Royal Beat: 'You have to be realistic. [She is] just weeks away from 96, she has accepted her own limitations. Kings and Queens from across the world have confirmed their attendance at Prince Philip's memorial at the end of the month - but Queen Elizabeth's attendance is now 'in the balance', a royal expert has claimed  'She's having issues...
    DESPITE good health, the Queen will not attend the Commonwealth Day service. Her Majesty, 95, will sit out this royal event after concerns were raised that it could be too taxing on her. 1Prince Charles will take the lead at the serviceCredit: Getty Images - Getty Why isn't The Queen attending the 2022 Commonwealth Day service? Although the Queen has recovered from Covid, her return to royal duties has been tentative in her Platinum Jubilee year. The palace have assured that Her Majesty's absence is not related to a new illness. Instead, concerns have been raised that it could be too taxing on her health to attend the service on March 14. There has also been the suggestion that she must pace herself and regain her strength for Prince Phillip's memorial service on March 29. read more on the queenQUEEN HEALTH BLOW Queen, 95, to miss Commonwealth Day ceremony as it could be ‘too taxing’'NOT WELL ENOUGH' Queen, 95, now so frail she can't walk her beloved dogs any more The journey from Windsor, Berkshire...
    Navy can be so much more flattering than black for a chic daytime look, and Queen Letizia of Spain showed us how it's done today as she stepped out in Málaga. The mother-of-two, 49, looked elegant in a mid-length navy blue dress, with a white embroidered flower across the chest and thin black belt drawing attention to her slim waist.  She was joined by her husband King Felipe at the Inauguration of the Tour of Talent and proclamation of the Princess of Girona Foundation's Arts and Literature Award at La Térmica Cultural Centre and Edgar Neville Auditorium in Málaga.  King Felipe VI was joined by his stylish wife Queen Letizia in Málaga for the Inauguration of the Tour of Talent, promoting movement for young people in Spain For today's outing, she paired her midi dress with a small white clutch bag and sophisticated navy stilettos, opting for simple gold earrings.  The monarch opted for understated make-up with peachy tones and a sparkling bronze eyeshadow.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark pays tribute to...
    Prince Harry is unlikely to come back to the UK this year - despite the Queen celebrating her 70th year on the throne - because he'll find it hard to face his family ahead of his upcoming memoirs, a royal biographer has claimed.  Tom Bower, who is currently penning a biography of Meghan Markle, told Closer the Duke of Sussex, 37, faces the 'ultimate dilemma' this year, as he must decide whether to make the trip to visit his beloved Grandmother knowing that he's being paid to bare his soul for the much-anticipated book. Harry's explosive £14.7million ($20million) memoir is due to be published in the autumn.  Bower says that Prince Harry, whose daughter Lilibet, born in June, is yet to meet the Queen in person, will find it hard to be 'pleasant' to his family 'knowing what he’s written about them in that book'.  Scroll down for video   Royal biographer Tom Bower said the Duke of Sussex, 37, who lives in California with his wife Meghan Markle, 40 and their two young children, will find it hard to 'face' his...
    Royal experts have insisted the Duke of York's reputation can't be rebuilt- despite settling the sexual abuse lawsuit with Virginia Giuffre after he agreed an undisclosed deal with his accuser without admitting her accusations.  Court documents filed in New York this morning revealed Prince Andrew and Mrs Giuffre, who was previously known as Virginia Roberts, have reached a 'settlement in principle' in the civil sex claim. However, while this has 'lifted a shadow from the Queen's Platinum Jubilee' and will leave the Royal Family 'tremendously relieved', it will not mean a 'return to the fold' for Andrew, royal commentators claim. Royal expert Robert Jobson told FEMAIL: 'The fact that there's been a settlement doesn't necessarily mean that [Andrew's] reputation is rebuilt. Elsewhere, Editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine Ingrid Seward added: 'The best thing he can do is disappear for a year. He must keep a very low profile, which I am sure Prince Charles will insist upon.'   A senior palace source told MailOnline today that the compensation figure is believed to be around $10million (£7.5million) - and the deal might only...
    THE Queen will miss today's Remembrance Sunday event after spraining her back, Buckingham Palace confirmed. Her Majesty, 95, was due to make her first official appearance after resting for a month under doctor's orders to lead the nation in commemorating our brave soldiers. 1The Queen will not attend today's service But the Palace said she will now not attend the service at the Cenotaph and is "disappointed to miss the event". Other royals will still be in attendance - including Prince Charles who will lay a wreath on her behalf. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thesun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun.
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