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Queen Elizabeth reappears at the baptism of her great grandchildren – Foreign

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London, November 21, 2021 – La Queen Elizabeth participated in the afternoon of Sunday 21 November at double baptism of hers great-grandchildren August Phillip and Lucas, respectively eldest children of Princess Eugenie, 31, and Zara Tindall, 40. The British media reported it.

The sovereign, 95, has this fears allayed of those who doubted her presence at the ceremony after last Sunday she was forced to forfeit due to a bad back pain at the concluding rite of the commemorations of the Remembrance Day in honor of the war dead. An absence never recorded in 69 years of reign. On 12 October Elizabeth II presented herself for Fr.first time at an official event with a walking stick, the occasion was therea ceremony for the centenary of the Royal British Legion nell’Westminster abbey in London. Around the same time the doctors had banned hers Martini Dry in the evening.

Baptisms were held in All Saints Chapel in the grounds of the Royal Lodge in Windsor. Princess Eugenie, alongside her husband Jack Brooksbank, wore for the occasion a white silk dress with blue embroidered details and a headband with loose hair. Zara Tindall, in the company of her husband Mike, opted instead for a black suit and pearl pendant earrings.

The anniversary

The decision to still be present at the baptism of the great-grandchildren would have been made at the last minute by the queen, to keep faith with a promise made to her granddaughters. In recent times, the sovereign, on the advice of doctors, has given up participating in some appointments, such as the Cop26 in Glasgow, and also spent a night in the hospital to carry out some tests.
Elizabeth II was very fond of this baptism, several commentators note. Just yesterday, November 20 was happening the wedding anniversary with the Prince Philip, who passed away on April 9 at the age of 99. And for the first time, after 74 years together with Philip – “my rock”, he has always defined -, the queen spent it as a widow. “None of us can slow down the passage of time,” said Elizabeth in a message to the national assembly of the Anglican Church, another event in which, for the first time in 69 years of reign, Elizabeth did not attend.

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