여왕, 코로나 감염 9일 만에 업무 복귀: 몰타 영연방 정상 회담, 95, hosts two virtual meetings with foreign ambassadors at Windsor Castle
The 95-year-old head of state felt well enough to speak to the diplomats who were at Buckingham Palace after postponing similar virtual engagements on two days of last week following her positive test on February 20.
버킹엄 궁전 said at the time of her positive test that she was experiencing ‘mild cold like symptoms’, but she was able to continue with ‘light duties’ throughout the period while she was unwell.
And Prince Charles said today that his mother was ‘a lot better now’ during a visit to Essex to formally present Southend with the Letters Patent granting it city status following the death of MP Sir David Amess.
During their visit to the UK’s newest city, the prince and his wife Camilla went on a long walkabout on the seafront and Janice Jacom, 64, an admin worker from a local golf course, asked about the Queen’s health.
그녀가 말했다: ‘I asked the prince about his mother and he said ‘she’s a lot better now – it was very mild’. It was a bit worrying as the Queen is getting on a bit, but I think she’s absolutely wonderful.’
오늘, the Queen received His Excellency Mr Carles Jordana Madero, who presented the Letters of Recall of his predecessor and his own Letters of Credence as Principality of Andorra ambassador to the Court of St James’s.
The monarch also received His Excellency Mr Kedella Younous Hamidi, who presented his Letters of Credence as ambassador from the Republic of Chad to the Court of St James’s this morning.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said it was ‘splendid news that indicates she has recovered from Covid’. Another royal expert, Phil Dampier, tweeted that the Queen was ‘seemingly a lot better’, 첨가: ‘What a woman.’
During the two audiences the Queen wore a green dress with a large brooch and her trademark pearls. It comes after a diplomatic reception the monarch was due to host at Windsor Castle tomorrow was also postponed.
The Queen was due to meet hundreds of members of the Diplomatic Corps but Buckingham Palace said on Saturday she had accepted the Foreign Secretary’s advice to delay the event. It is understood the decision was made because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Queen Elizabeth II appears on a screen via videolink from Windsor Castle today during a virtual audience with an ambassador
Queen Elizabeth II appears on a screen via videolink from Windsor Castle for a virtual audience to receive the Ambassador of Andorra, Carles Jordana Madero (센터), and Soraia Maria Valls Pinilla (왼쪽), at Buckingham Palace in London today
The Prince of Wales has revealed that the Queen is ‘a lot better now’, as he met well-wishers in Southend-on-Sea today
It comes after the Daily Mail revealed today that the Queen had enjoyed an afternoon with some of her nearest and dearest over the weekend as she continued her remarkable recovery from Covid.
The 95-year-old monarch went to Frogmore on her Windsor Estate on Sunday, where younger members of her family had gathered to meet her for the first time since her diagnosis.
They included Princess Beatrice, her baby daughter Sienna and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children, who were all making the most of the unseasonably glorious sunshine.
When in better health, the Queen often drives to Frogmore, which is about a mile from Windsor Castle, to walk her dogs.
오늘, the Queen received His Excellency Mr Carles Jordana Madero, who presented the Letters of Recall of his predecessor and his own Letters of Credence as Principality of Andorra ambassador to the Court of St James’s
The Queen also received His Excellency Mr Kedella Younous Hamidi, who presented his Letters of Credence as ambassador from the Republic of Chad to the Court of St James’s this morning at Buckingham Palace
But following a spate of issues and her recent diagnosis with Covid-19, she has not been such a frequent visitor of late.
It is believed that Princess Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank and their year-old son August, who live at Frogmore Cottage, were not at home on Sunday.
The Queen is said to be making a ‘good recovery’ from her bout of coronavirus following an outbreak of cases at Windsor.
Last week she was forced to cancel a number of online engagements while in isolation.
But sources said there was no cause for alarm, explaining her reluctance to appear on camera was due to sounding rather hoarse as a result of the virus.
The Queen is pictured in the back of a Range Rover leaving Windsor Castle today after suffering from coronavirus
The Queen is driven in a Range Rover today as she leaves her residence of Windsor Castle in Berkshire
William and Kate’s presence was intriguing – coming the day after the Mail revealed that their plans for a new family life in the Home Counties were moving forwards swiftly.
The couple are advanced in their decision for a new Berkshire prep school for their eldest son Prince George, 여덟.
And they have been looking at new family homes on the Windsor Estate, although well-placed sources have said that the castle itself has been earmarked for the couple one day.
The Queen has a string of high-profile events coming up that she is due to attend, including the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 14, and then the Duke of Edinburgh’s memorial service, also at the Abbey, 3 월 29.
The nation’s longest reigning monarch, who is believed to have been triple vaccinated, recently spent more than three months resting, on doctors’ 명령.
In the autumn she pulled out of attending the Cop26 climate change summit, the Festival of Remembrance and then the Remembrance Sunday Cenotaph service due to a sprained back. She also missed the Church of England’s General Synod.
The Queen now regularly uses a walking stick and has been pictured looking frailer recently. She remarked during a Windsor Castle audience last month: '잘, as you can see, I can’t move.’
Her lights duties as head of state include working from her red boxes, sent to her every day and containing policy papers, Foreign Office telegrams, letters and other State papers which have to be read and, where necessary, approved and signed.