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Sorry, Not Sorry! The Queen Declines the Award for ‘Oldie of the Year’
Sorry, Not Sorry! The Queen Declines the Award for ‘Oldie of the Year’ : ‘You Are as Old as You Feel’ The royal was seen using a cane while attending a Service of Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey on October 12. Earlier that same month, it was reported that she was asked by her doctors to give up her nightly martinis and forgo alcohol except for special occasions. Yet, the nonagenarian has not expressed any desire to give up her reign and, instead, has taken comfort in the love and support she has received since her husband’s death in April.
No stopping her!returned to work less than one week after
The official royal family Instagram account shared footage of the 95-year-old at home on her computer on Tuesday, October 26.
“Today The Queen received two Ambassadors in audience via video link from Windsor Castle,” the caption read. “Mr. Gunn Kim from the Republic of Korea and Mr. Markus Leitner from the Swiss Confederation each presented their ‘Credentials’ – a formal letter from their Head of State confirming that Her Majesty can trust them to speak on behalf of their country.”
Queen Elizabeth says world leaders have a 'shared responsibility' to tackle the 'challenges of climate change'
Queen Elizabeth has called on business leaders and governments to work together "to avert the challenges of climate change". Her Majesty said those in power had a "shared responsibility to rise to this challenge". The comments are the monarch's first major intervention on the climate crisis as she joins her son Prince Charles and grandson Prince William in calling for a "sustainable future". READ MORE: 'How Mary and Kate are leading the most fashionable trend yet: sustainability' © Getty Queen Elizabeth said governments must work together to The Queen hosted a reception at Windsor Castle for the Global Investment Summit, which
The post concluded: “ There are more than 170 Ambassadors and High Commissioners based in London at any given time and each one of them will have an Audience with The Queen shortly after taking up his or her role.”
Royal reporter Omid Scobie revealed on Thursday, October 21, that the monarch was hospitalized the night prior.
“Following medical advice to rest for a few days, The Queen attended hospital on Wednesday afternoon [October 20] for some preliminary investigations, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today, and remains in good spirits,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
The news of her health scare came shortly
Photos show Kate Middleton and Prince William in rare moment of PDA
Kate Middleton was captured making a rare moment of affection towards her husband Prince William at the Earthshot Prize Awards on Sunday.
“The Queen has reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days,” the palace said on Wednesday, October 20. “Her Majesty is in good spirits and is disappointed that she will no longer be able to visit Northern Ireland, where she had been due to undertake a series of engagements today and tomorrow.”
Earlier this month, Queen Elizabethat a Service of Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey on October 12. She isn’t letting any health setbacks slow her down too much, however, offered to her by The Oldie magazine in August — nearly a decade after her late husband, Prince Philip, was given the honor.
“Her Majesty believes you are as old as you feel,” Tom Laing-Baker, the queen’s assistant private secretary, wrote in a letter that surfaced online on October 19. “As such the Queen does not believe she meets the relevant criteria to be able to accept and hopes you find a more worthy recipient.”
Dickie Arbiter says the Queen will NOT step back but will 'pace'
Royal commentator Dickie Arbiter has said the Queen will not step down, despite concerns over her health after she cancelled a trip to Northern Ireland this week following medical advice to rest for the next few days. Speaking on GMB this morning, the former press secretary to the Queen, 95, told Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid that anyone asking the monarch to retire was 'patronising and fighting fire'.Instead, Dickie, 81, suggested the Queen would ask officials to 'pace' her engagements as she continues her duties as sovereign.
She’s also looking ahead at the future, with a source telling Us that the queen is confident the palace will be in
“Over time, Kate has proved to Elizabeth that she can be trusted and they’ve developed a great relationship,” the insider said. “Elizabeth feels confident that Kate will make a great queen.”
Queen Elizabeth wants family Christmas .
Queen Elizabeth is "totally committed" to hosting her annual family Christmas celebrations.The 95-year-old monarch was briefly hospitalised for tests earlier this month and has cancelled all in-person engagements for the next two weeks but she is determined to rest up and recover so she can see her loved ones at their traditional festive celebrations.