The British Queen Elizabeth (96) will not be present at any of the four Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace. Those are being organized again for the first time since 2019, but standing up for an hour is very difficult for the 96-year-old Queen.
In addition, concerns about her health are mounting.
It had to be a big party four times, the Garden Parties in Buckingham Palace on May 11, 18 and 25 and June 29 in Buckingham Palace. They would be organized for the first time since 2019 because the coronavirus has thrown a spanner in the works over the past two years, and as always, intending to honour people who do good for the United Kingdom.
But for Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, it is now her own health that is thwarting her. Buckingham Palace has announced that the 96-year-old Queen will not be present at any of the four parties. She has had several health problems in recent months, and at those parties, she would have to stand up and walk around for at least an hour. That is not possible at the moment. It only increases the concern for the Queen’s health.
The parties will continue. The Queen will be represented by other members of the British royal family.