Queen ‘still hopes’ to go to Prince Philip’s memorial
THE QUEEN has “ruled out employing a wheelchair” & “still hopes” to attend Prince Philip’s memorial – but aides are keeping her diary under critique.
It arrives after Buckingham Palace announced she was not match enough to go to the Commonwealth Assistance at Westminster Abbey.
Palace team feared how “comfortable” she would be travelling to London from Windsor then paying out up to an hour at the party.
Sources strain that the 95-year-outdated monarch is not unwell and is “as committed to her responsibilities of state as ever”.
But senior royal aides are believed to have acknowledged how old age has caught up with Her Majesty.
In accordance to the Each day Mail, a resource stated: “The Queen is even now as alert, ready and intrigued as at any time but, physically, she is not as potent as she at the time was, which is solely understandable for a woman of her age.”
They continued: “The Royal Spouse and children understands the crucial purpose investitures play in recognising service and celebrating people’s contribution to society and there has been a actual push to capture up on the backlog developed by Covid restrictions.
“The Prince of Wales, Princess Royal and Duke of Cambridge have been major the cost. It is quick to envisage that they will keep on in that vein but I would not rule out Her Majesty undertaking lesser or just one-off investitures.”
The Queen has also not been equipped to stroll her beloved corgis due to her frailty. She has been unable to choose them out at Windsor Castle for six months and it is feared she may possibly never once again.
Prince Philip’s memorial support will get position at Westminster Abbey on March 29.