London, June 22, 2022 – Yellow dress with flowers and smiling, Queen Elizabeth II she returned to hold some institutional hearings in person, e without the walking stick which he has been using for months to lean on when traveling due to walking problems. Her Majesty, 96, rested for two weeks, making brief public appearances at the beginning and end of the celebrations of the Platinum Jubilee of the 70th year of his reign.
Platinum Jubilee: Queen Elizabeth II looks out at Buckingham Palace
Elizabeth II received the governor of the Australian state of New South Wales at the Windsor Castle residence, Margaret Beazley, visiting Great Britain. Yesterday, however, the queen met the archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who presented her with an award from the Anglican Church for her “70 years of service” at the helm of her Kingdom.
Today at Windsor Castle, The Queen received the Archbishop of Canterbury @JustinWelby for an Audience.
In this #PlatinumJubilee year, the Archbishop presented Her Majesty with a special ‘Canterbury Cross’ in recognition of her service to the Church of England over seventy years. pic.twitter.com/KnBUuGGsC5
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily)
June 21, 2022
The subjects so breathe a sigh of relief, and from the court they let it be known that the sovereign is already considering going in Scotland by the end of the month for the traditional week-long stay in the Royal Palace of Holyrood, Edinburgh.