“Her Majesty the Queen conducted two virtual audiences via videolink from Windsor Castle today,” Buckingham Palace said in a press release on Tuesday. He was received by the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Gun Kim, and the Ambassador of Switzerland, Marcus Leitner.
A source close to the palace told Granthshala at the time that his stay in the hospital was “not related to Covid.”
The Queen, along with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, was due to attend a church service in the town of Armagh last Thursday, marking the centenary of Partition and the foundation of Northern Ireland.
The Queen was expected to attend an evening reception in Glasgow on Monday. Buckingham Palace said she would instead address the gathered delegates via a recorded video message.
Last week, she declined the honor of being named “Oldie of the Year” by a British magazine, saying she didn’t meet the “relevant criteria”. He “politely but firmly” declined the award with “best wishes” through his assistant private secretary.
Tom Lang-Baker said in a letter, “Her Majesty believes you are as old as you feel, as if the Queen does not believe that she meets the relevant criteria to be able to accept and hope you find a more deserving recipient.”
Earlier this month, the Queen decided to use a walking stick in public “for comfort” for the first time.
The Queen has not been slow when it comes to her formal responsibilities, having since delegated lengthy trips to other family members.
Nevertheless, she still travels extensively across the UK, with conservative estimates from Granthshala showing that the Queen traveled more than 1,000 kilometers (621 miles) from 1 October to 19 October.
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