THE QUEEN has now told the Royal Family that she is here “far better”After her health scare, she was able to host Sandringham’s traditional Christmas celebration.
Queen Elizabeth II, 95 years old, moved to assure her family that things are improving. “looking forward”She invited her family to a festive gathering on her Norfolk estate.
Fears over the Queen’s health were sparked in recent weeks after the monarch was forced to pull out of a number of engagements due to a back sprain.
After being injured nearly two weeks ago, she is now resting at Windsor Castle.
Last month, she was admitted to hospital for an unknown condition.
This Christmas will mark the first Christmas for The Queen since she lost Prince Philip in April.
They were married for 73 year.
According to some reports, The Queen is expected to travel to Sandringham around December 17.
Sources regales The MirrorIt was possible that she would fly 50 minutes by helicopter from Windsor, but the traditional train ride from London to Kings Lynn was not yet ruled out.
Sandringham will be home to Prince Charles, her son, and the Duchess and Duchess Of Cornwall.
Prince Edward and Sophie, as well as their children Louise and James, confirmed their attendance.
The Princess Anne and Zara Tindall, Peter Philips’ children, are also expected.
It is believed that an invitation was sent to Princess Beatrice, Edo Mapelli Mozzi’s newborn daughter Sienna, as well as to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s baby son August.
Sources suggest that Prince Andrew was also involved. “obviously”Invited.
It is believed to be “highly unlikely”Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will travel from California with their children to attend, although it is believed they were invited.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, last year’s Christmas was spent by the Queen and the Duke d’Edinburgh alone.
A source told The Mirror: “The Queen has told everyone she is feeling far better of late and is very much looking forward to welcoming them for Christmas.
“Like many other families, this will be the first time Her Majesty can gather with her extended family after being kept apart for so long due to the coronavirus pandemic.”
Royal fans will eagerly wait to see the entire royal family at the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene (16th-century church on Sandringham’s property).
According to reports, The Queen is “determined”To save her from walking the short distance, she will be driving to the church with the rest of her family to attend the service.
Yesterday, the Queen hosted two virtual audiences via videolink. She welcomed Sarafa Tunji, the High Commissioner for Nigeria and Zakri Jaafar, the Ambassador to Malaysia.
Buckingham Palace stated that the Christmas plans were “a private affair”.
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