July 5, 2022

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Queen Elizabeth is feeling uncomfortable and will not attend mass

Queen Elizabeth is feeling uncomfortable and will not attend mass

The Queen Elizabeth II He no longer attends Thanksgiving Mass on his second Friday for him 70 years as a king After “having had frequent mobility issues and some discomfort” when he appeared at a military parade this Thursday, 2, according to Buckingham Palace.

The Queen was scheduled to attend the celebration of St Paul’s Cathedral on the second day of her birthday Platinum Jubilee. Earlier on Thursday, she appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, waving to thousands of people.

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“The Queen really enjoyed today’s birthday parade and the bridge, but she was a little upset,” the palace said. “Given the flight and activity required to attend tomorrow’s national Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral, Her Majesty the Queen concluded, with great hesitation, that she would not attend.”

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Queen Elizabeth II (D) watches from the balcony of Buckingham Palace the military parade in her honor
Queen Elizabeth II (D) watches from the balcony of Buckingham Palace the military parade in her honor

Queen Elizabeth at the age of 25 is the longest-reigning monarch of the United Kingdom and the first to reach seven decades on the throne. However, after a good healthy life, age began to catch up with her.

She has scaled back her public appearances in recent months due to what Buckingham Palace calls “mobility issues” and will decide which jubilee events she will attend near each.

Celebrations will take place throughout the weekend, and it is not clear if she will attend the Saturday and Sunday events.

The first day of celebrations was overshadowed by news, as tens of thousands of royal family supporters lined the streets of London for the military parade.

Although the royal house had not previously confirmed the king’s participation in the commemorative events, Elizabeth appeared on the palace balcony and greeted the crowd who attended the event.

Leaning on a cane and wearing a blue outfit, Elizabeth appeared with Prince Charles and fur Prince WilliamTwo in the line of succession to the throne. The role of the heirs during the festivities was already anticipated, in an apparent nod to the continuity of the monarchy../ Associated Press and Reuters

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