Queen Elizabeth II said on Wednesday that she had been personally struggling to “move” during her first public engagement since meeting Prince Charles eight days ago and was then tested positive for COVID-19.
Elizabeth II received Major General Eldon Miller and his ancestor Rear Admiral James McLeod, who were responsible for the connection between the Queen and the Armed Forces, at the Sovereign’s main residence at Windsor Castle, forty kilometers from London. .
The video of the encounter shows the queen standing, smiling, wearing a patterned dress and welcoming them with a cane in her hands. “As you can see, I can not move,” she said, pointing to her left foot or leg.
According to the British agency PA, the queen is suffering from a slight stiffness.
Despite this embarrassment, the 95-year-old sovereign, who spent an entire night in the hospital for no apparent reason, thus sends a new reassuring signal about her state of health while busy. British monarchy.
His second son Prince Andrew has reached an agreement to end a sexual harassment complaint in the United States and Scotland Yard has launched an investigation into the Prince Charles Foundation.
On Tuesday, she received the new ambassadors to Estonia and Spain via videoconference.
Prince Charles Services, 73, announced last Thursday that the British crown heir had tested positive for Kovid – a second time – and that he was alone. He met his mother 48 hours ago.
The emperor’s entourage indicated that she had no symptoms, not to mention whether she was positive or negative on the test, which fueled the anxiety.
On Monday, Camilla, 74, wife of Prince Charles, reported that she had also caught Kovid.
Queen Elizabeth crossed the milestone of 70 years of rule on February 6, an unprecedented longevity for the British monarchy. Four-day festivities are planned to celebrate its Platinum Jubilee.
Due to his health problems, his performances rarely changed in October, but the Palace recently announced the resumption of its open operations: Prince Philip, her late husband, the Queen’s Memorial for the Diplomatic Reception in Windsor on March 2 and March 14 before a ceremony in Westminster Abbey on March 29 last year. Will attend the ceremony.