Queen Elizabeth II is currently enjoying her summer vacation in Scotland. But this year is something different: Prince Charles must visit his mother almost every day. Is she worried about his health?
Queen Elizabeth II (96) is currently on summer vacation in Scotland. The British Queen has been struggling with mobility issues for months. So Prince Charles (73) should regularly visit him at Balmoral in the morning, As reported by The Sun, British newspaper Ingrid Seward from Her Majesty Magazine was quoted as saying, “It is extremely unusual that Prince Charles visits his mother so casually.” According to royal experts, this is a sign that the British heir to the throne is worried about the 96-year-old.
Queen unlikely to go to London
The Queen has been in Scotland since 21 July. As The Sun recently reportedThe 96-year-old will likely not be in London for the appointment of the new prime minister next month. Your closest advisor is clearly critical of long outbound and return journeys.
It is therefore likely that Boris Johnson (58) and his successor would instead travel about 1,600 km to the Scottish estates. It will be the first time in her 70-year reign that the Queen will receive an outgoing or newly appointed prime minister outside Buckingham Palace. A decision is expected in the next few weeks.
No service or reception for the Queen
The Queen has so far stayed away from Sunday services in Scotland. According to reports, however, she wants to see the Bremer Gathering. The event is one of the most famous Highland Games, with the Queen being the patron and usually a guest each year.
The audience was already worried at the start of their holiday. Traditionally, the Queen is welcomed with a reception at Balmoral Castle. However, the event was canceled at short notice. Instead, a small, private event took place. The 96-year-old was last seen disembarking from his plane at Aberdeen airport on July 21.
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