(ANSA) – LONDON, JUN 22 – Queen Elizabeth, 96, in de facto rest for two weeks after the brief public appearances made at the beginning and at the end of the solemn celebrations in early June of the Platinum Jubilee of the 70th anniversary of her reign of record, has returned in the last two days to conduct some institutional hearings in person, at the residence of Windsor Castle.
The monarch was shown today receiving the governor of the Australian state of New South Wales, Margaret Beazley, on a visit to Great Britain: in an image she was portrayed smiling, in a yellow dress and for the first time in recent times without the walking stick she is now forced to lean on for travel after having openly confessed a few months ago to having walking problems. Yesterday, however, Elizabeth II had received the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, the highest ecclesiastical dignitary of the Anglican confession, just like her from a recent infection from Covid, who awarded her a recognition from the Church for her “70 years of service. “at the helm of the Kingdom.
The court also made it known that the sovereign does not rule out moving to Scottish land before the end of the month to spend the traditional week of stay in the royal palace of Holyrood, in Edinburgh. And participate in some institutional appointments scheduled in the most intolerant nation of the Kingdom, as if to symbolize the bond that the crown intends to maintain with Scotland in any case. (HANDLE).
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