With this said, Queen Elizabeth is making royal fans a bit of joy.
In October, fans of the royal family were still worried about the Queen (95) when she appeared on two public dates with a walking stick. A few days later, she had to cancel a trip to Northern Ireland and spent a night in the hospital. Finally she had to cancel her participation in “Memorial Sunday” due to back problems. Her doctors ordered her to be silent: the doctors told her to rest and calm down.
The 95-year-old also maintained much needed calm. But she insisted on personally welcoming some select guests to Windsor Castle. At one of these receptions, you can look at a family photo that was not previously known to the public, as reported by “people.com”.
Queen Elizabeth reveals an invisible photo of her grandchildren
On Wednesday, December 8, 2021, the Queen presented organist Thomas Trotter the “Queen’s Medal of Music” at Windsor Castle. During this personal audience, a large picture framed on a table beside her can be seen. In the photo you can see the queen with her grandchildren, among other things.
In the photo, the 95-year-old Queen can be seen sitting on a sofa next to her late husband Prince Philip (99). She is surrounded by her great-grandchildren. Little Princess Charlotte (6 years old) may have been sitting on the Queen’s lap when she was a little girl. Eight-year-old Prince George is now on the sofa behind Mike Tindalls (43) and Zara Tindall (40) and his eldest daughter Mia (7). On the left side is Isla (9), daughter of Peter (44) and Ovin Phillips (43), while Isla’s older sister, Savannah (10), can be seen at the other end next to her great-grandfather.
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