Preparations are underway for next month’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, which will mark the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne.
Unfortunately, now it looks like there will be a queen No. An attendance will be made at the celebration, as the organizers had planned.
Rumors of the Queen’s failed health have been circulating for months now and it looks like the situation could be worse than previously thought.
According to the latest round of reports, the Queen will not be able to stand next to members of the royal family on the porch of Buckingham Palace, as she did on her previous birthday.
The latest news comes courtesy of us Vanity FairWho reported that the queen had become “increasingly vulnerable” after being infected with Covid-19 earlier this year and suffering from various health problems.
The queen was infected with covid in February, but was said to have fully recovered.
Prior to her fight with the virus, Elizabeth was paralyzed by a serious back injury that left her unable to get out of bed.
An insider told the outlet, “I just know that the queen is not sure if she will be visible in the four days of the jubilee.
“She wants to be there for the trooping and Thanksgiving service, but there is a question mark over her participation in the derby and several other events,” the source continued.
“She wants to protect her image. This is very important to her. She is relying on her family to support her.”
Insiders of the palace added that there were several “interesting plans” if the queen was unable to attend. Any Among the events of the four-day Jubilee Weekend, which now probably seems to be the scenario.
Even after the Queen announced that she would not be appearing on the porch, it was hoped that she would be able to swing from her car toward the crowd.
Now, however, it seems the festival organizers have prepared themselves for the possibility that he might not even be able to do it.
No member of the royal family has publicly commented on the queen’s health.
It was previously reported that concerns about Elizabeth’s health had led to Prince Harry and Megan Merkel moving to London last month.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not confirmed or denied the reports, but it is noteworthy that the couple will return to London in June, after they have not traveled to the UK together in two years.
To the chagrin of many of their critics, Harry and Meghan have been invited to the Jubilee and they plan to bring their two children, Archie and Lilibate, with them.
The queen had not yet met Lilibet, and feared that she would never be able to keep an eye on her youngest grandchild.
At 96, the queen is the longest reigning monarch in British history.
We will update more about his health as more information becomes available.
As always, we wish her well.