The Queen of England did not attend the memorial service

It was reported that the Queen of England Elizabeth II could not attend the commemoration ceremony.

“The Queen has hurt her back and has decided, with great sadness, that she cannot attend the Memorial at the Cenotaph today,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement. statement was included.

Until the last moment, the 95-year-old Queen, who was expected to attend the ceremony in the Cenotaph (symbolic tomb) in the capital London, was resting for a while and did not take part in the events on the advice of doctors.

The Queen had missed the ceremony only 6 times during her years on the throne. 2. Elizabeth could not attend the ceremony due to her visits to Ghana in 1961, Brazil in 1968, Kenya in 1983 and South Africa in 1999, and because she was pregnant in 1959 and 1963.

Queen’s health

The Queen of England appeared in public with a cane at the opening ceremony of the Welsh Parliament on Thursday, 14 October, after she was seen with a cane at a mass at Westminster Abbey Church in London on Tuesday, 12 October.

The Queen, who was given a cane while getting out of her car in front of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff, had also taken the elevator up to the lobby area where she met the parliamentary dignitaries before the opening.

The Queen, who did not attend the commemoration ceremonies held in Northern Ireland on October 20, was unable to attend the 26th United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference (COP26) held in Glasgow, Scotland on October 31-12 November.

It was stated that Queen Elizabeth II, who doctors advised to rest for at least two weeks on October 29, may continue to undertake desk duties, including some online meetings, during this time, but she intends to attend the commemoration ceremony.

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