The 95-year-old queen Elizabeth II walked out of the car in which she was roaming with daughter Princess Anne land a black stick — a unusual scene for the record-breaking queen.
Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday used a walking stick for the first time at a main public occasion, as she joined a church ability at London’s Westminster Religious foundation.
The 95-year-old queen walked out of the car in which she was travelling with daughter Princess Anne holding a black stick — a rare sight for the record-breaking monarch.
The last time she was take pictures of using a cane was after suffering a knee procedure in 2004. Her workplace did not give any reason why she was using the walking service Tuesday.
The Queen Elizabeth II Britain’s longest-serving monarch has normally liked good health in her old age. And a short-lived hospital stay with a stomach infection in 2013 was her last acknowledged session of illness.
Her husband Philip, who was officially known as the Duke of Edinburgh, expired on April 9 aged 99, Just weeks short of his 100th birthday and after a period of illness.
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