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Queen Elizabeth II: First Appearance After the Official Opening of Parliament

Queen Elizabeth II: First Appearance After the Official Opening of Parliament

She seems to want to show the whole world that there is nothing to worry about: the day after the opening of Parliament was held without her Queen Elizabeth II(96) he now has a hypothetical appointment with the Privy Council, the secret council of state.

A phone call with you Boris Johnson (57), which the UK Prime Minister should have held on Wednesday, has been postponed. But do not worry: the reason for this lies in his absence.

Watch Charles make history between William and Camilla in the video above!

Queen Elizabeth II: Prince Charles reads the traditional ‘Queen’s Speech’

At the inauguration of Parliament, the Queen was her son and heir to the throne Prince Charles (73) representatives. At 11.14am UK time, Prince Charles got off his state limousine and made his way to the ‘Robots Room’ of Parliament and finally to the ‘House of Lords’ room. Then the heir to the throne read the traditional “Queen’s Speech” (German: “Queen’s Speech”).

The Queen’s absence and Charles’ taking on the role are already part of history. Because it is only the third time in 70 years of regency that the now 96-year-old regent has relinquished this appointment.

In 1959 and 1963, the Queen attended the official opening of Parliament due to her pregnancy Prince Andrew (62) and Prince Edward (58) were removed from her calendar.

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