Queen Elizabeth ascended the English throne back in 1952 and one can say a lot has happened ever since then.
The long-reigning monarch has proven to be a titan, and she has evolved in many ways we can never imagine. She was raised in a different world other than the one we now exist in and has still managed to breach the technological gaps.
She has proven to be a beacon of redoubtable reliability, the same Queen who served her country in World War II. The same Queen who worked with the likes of Winston Churchill. The same Queen is still attending events and conducting affairs at the age of 95. The same Queen who will be celebrated for an incredible 70 years on the throne when her Platinum Jubilee rolls around next year.
Queen Elizabeth has been seen multiple times walking with the aid of a cane and has canceled a lot of engagements because of health reasons, seems like old age finally cut up with her.
According to reports, earlier this month doctors gave Queen Elizabeth news that she’d rather not have heard. If recent rumors are to be believed, then fans might well have cause to be concerned as to her overall health.
The 95-year-old has been having issues with walking recently and many never took it seriously as she has come of age. When the news of her being forced to cancel engagements got to the public, everyone knew that there’s was more to her health than old age.
A report says she will continue with light desked duties as she has been instructed by the doctors to take a rest.
The Queen insisted she was going to be present for the Remembrance service the British equivalent to Veterans Day – commemorates armed forces members who have died in the line of duty.
Unfortunately, she couldn’t make it to the occasion.
However, on the event day, a statement was released by Buckingham palace stating how “disappointed” she’s for not being in attendance and will surely regret it later.
There’s a lot of secrets and actions being put in place in case she decides to kick the bucket. Previous reports have outlined how there’s even a secret code phrase to be used in the event of her death, “London Bridge is down”.
On a recent episode of the Royally US podcast, presenter Christina Garibaldi asked: “We also have information about who Queen speaks to the most. Right?
“I think it’s her daughter, Princess Anne, right?”
Royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti then answered: “Yeah!
“But the two people she phones the most is said to be her daughter Princess Anne and her racing manager John Warren.
“He is the son-in-law of the Queen’s friend, the late Earl of Carnarvon and his home was Highclere castle in Berkshire which viewers of TV may know better as Downtown Abbey.