Elizabeth II : the tradition that the queen risk of having to relinquish this summer

Queen Elizabeth II is facing a grim situation this year. Always confined with her husband prince Philip, her holiday at the castle of Balmoral may be compromised. Very attached to traditions, it is a hard blow to Her Majesty.

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Elizabeth II again in the face of a painful event. These last few months have not been easy for the queen of England, and, unfortunately, it is not the end of his sentences. Recently, an expert royal was speaking in a documentary aired on Channel 5. In it, he explained that the monarch and her husband are always very affected by the brutal departure of prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle. The couple would even be worried that the parents of Archie repeated ” the same mistakes made by other young members of the royal family “. To this was added the illness of his son Charles, tested positive for the Covid-19. And to top it all off, cases of coronavirus were also detected within the staff of Buckingham, which led to the departure of the monarch. Installed in the castle of Windsor with her husband, their stay promises to be spread over a few months still.

A tradition spoiled

This is a great first for Her Majesty Elizabeth II. Each summer, the sovereign has the habit of travelling in Scotland, and more precisely to the castle of Balmoral, their residence in the region of Aberdeenshire. A location that is close to my heart, where she had invited in the past year her grandson Harry, his wife Meghan and their son, Archie. First vacation for the small family as the monarch of 94-year-old was waiting with impatience. But this year, the family meetings are likely to be cancelled. The royal couple is confined in their castle Windsor from the beginning of the month of march, and should certainly remain there until next September. According to the information of the Daily Mail, the authorities strongly recommend d’to ban all travel to so-called “non-essential” between England and Scotland. Contacted by the media, Buckingham palace has refused to disclose any information regarding the next moves of the queen Elizabeth II. Its been should anyway not be like the others…