Queen Elizabeth II: nothing will be as before
The Queen may not return to normal duties real because of the restrictions in place to curb Covid-19 that make public commitments not to sure. The monarch, aged 94, is in isolation at Windsor Castle to prevent her from contracting the virus that is making thousands of victims in the Uk: a long absence in his reign of 68 years.
It is understood that His Majesty will not want to slow down or stop working. But will not go against any official council designed to protect the people in his age category. The Queen receives constant updates from the Parliament, and through a call weekly with the prime minister, Boris Johnson.
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The biographer, the real Andrew Morton fears that it is unlikely that the Queen can return to his normal public duties. Believes that the british can see it always and only on TV or in video links, such as, for example, with its recent and stimulating speeches. The traditional Trooping the Colour, summer parties in the garden, and a state visit from south Africa have all been deleted, emptying his carnet until the autumn.
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Also the marriage of his niece Beatrice was cancelled - as well as social events the annual loved by Her Majesty, including the Chelsea Flower Show, the Derby and Royal Ascot. Morton, 66 years old, said: “it Is terribly sad but I can not see how her Majesty can resume his usual work.”
“The virus Covid-19 will not disappear soon and will stay with us for months, if not years. It would be too risky for Elizabeth II's start to meet people on a regular basis. He always loved to get out and meet people, but can not take the risk”
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