Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s health is getting better. In fact, she has resumed performing her royal duties. She is currently at the Fiji Exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich. Prince Charles who will soon become king after the reign of his mother is with her.
The Queen is already 90 years old and has assigned her other duties to Prince William, Prince Harry, and Kate Middleton. It is a royal practice that when the enthroned royal reaches the age of 90, there is a bequeathal of duties to the younger royal family members. The Queen missed church services on Christmas and the New Year’s Day because she has a severe case of cold. But last Sunday, she was able to attend services at the St Mary’s Church in Flitcham, England.
Queen Elizabeth II Health Regained
According to Yahoo, the Norwich event is her second short distance travel after they confined her at the Palace. She was aching to be at the church during those two important days of the year but her team advised her to stay indoors to recuperate.
Queen Elizabeth II will soon relinquish the throne in favor of her son Prince Charles, 68, who is next in line to the British throne. Next to him is his eldest son Prince William, 34. After the Duke of Cambridge, his son Prince George, 3, will sit on the throne.
The Queen is the longest reigning monarch since her coronation on February 6, 1952. Her 64 years of leadership was a success and her constituents love her and the members of her household. Her husband, Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh is already 95 years old. Queen Elizabeth II’s health is deteriorating but the charisma and strength of the monarch are still felt in her kingdom. Will Prince Charles lead England with the strength of character like Her Majesty?
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