Queen Elizabeth II Longs to get back to work.
On Tuesday, the royal expert and reporter for Vanity Fair Katie Nicole He said to the port The 94-year-old is keen to resume his official duties after spending most of the past year in isolation. However, Elizabeth waits until she can do so safely within government guidelines.
A royal source said to Nicole: “There is an eagerness for Her Majesty to get back to doing what she is doing better and to be visible.” “Her belief has always been that” She must be seen to be believed “and that is still very much Her Majesty’s opinion. She’s had to rule from a screen for the past year, and we all hope this year is different.”
According to Nicole, the royal family will be reunited at Trooping the Color later this year to celebrate Elizabeth’s 95th birthday. Palace aides told Nicole Elizabeth that she hopes she will be able to attend certain engagements during the year.
However, Buckingham Palace canceled all garden parties this summer The ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A spokesman for Buckingham Palace confirmed, on Saturday, in a statement that Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, 99 years old, vaccinations against Corona virus.
A royal source also confirmed that the vaccinations were given “by a home doctor at Windsor Castle”, where the couple lives amid the global health crisis.
The spokesman said the queen wanted to inform the public about the vaccinations “to prevent inaccuracies and further speculation.”
It is unclear which vaccine was given to the royal couple, but the palace indicated that “no further details will be shared.”
The Queen has been a source of hope for the British since the pandemic spread in the UK and around the world in early 2020. In April of last year, Prince Harry And the Prince William Grandmother Made a rare televised speech to the citizens of the United Kingdom To raise the spirits of people in the country.
She said, “I am talking to you at a time I know is an increasingly challenging time,” a time of turmoil in the life of our country; Disturbance bringing grief to some, and financial difficulties for many of the tremendous changes in daily life for all of us.
The Queen also praised Britain’s beloved National Health Service and other essential services, along with about 750,000 people who volunteered to help the vulnerable.
“I would like to thank everyone on the frontline of the NHS, as well as the care workers who are in essential roles and who carry out their daily duties outside the home to support us all,” she said. “I am sure the nation will join me in making sure that what you do is appreciated and that every hour of your hard work brings us closer to returning to normal times.”
In her most recent New Year’s Eve speech, the Queen declared that “better days will return,” explaining to Photo collection of 2020.
Last April, the Queen’s son Prince Charles He confirmed he contracted Covid-19. The Prince of Wales, 72, and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Isolated from themselves in Scotland, where they recovered. It was reported months later William, 38, also contracted the virus.
Last year was the first time in decades that the King and Philip were spending Christmas in Windsor Castle rather than their property in Sandringham due to the pandemic.
Fox News Channel’s Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.