Queen Elizabeth II. is doing well. Her son, Prince Charles, said this on a visit to Jordan on Wednesday. But at the age of 95, life is no longer as simple as it used to be.
Prince Charles visited the Middle East on Wednesday. During his trip abroad, he mainly wanted to deal with climate change. When talking to the station Sky News but he also revealed more about the Queen’s current state of health.
“She is OK, thank you very much,” Prince Charles answered his mother’s health. “When you’re 95, it’s not as easy as it used to be. It’s pretty hard at 73,” he added.
The Queen Elizabeth II. she had to postpone her return to royal duties on Sunday. She hurt her back. For example, she canceled her participation in a piety at the symbolic grave of an unknown soldier in central London.
On Wednesday, however, the queen returned to the public. From her room at Windsor Castle, she connected to General Nicholas Carter, who was at Buckingham Palace, over the Internet. Carter is the army’s top official. The queen came to the people thin, but otherwise she looked healthy.
The queen has had a very challenging year. She lost her husband, Prince Philip, in April. On Saturday, 74 years have passed since their marriage. The queen will commemorate this anniversary for the first time. It is speculated that he would spend it on the Sandringham estate, where they spent many moments together and have traditionally spent Christmas there since 1952.