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Queen ‘might be too weak’ for balcony presence

According to The Sun, the monarch has recently cut back on her public royal appearances due to health issues. According to reports, Her Majesty’s aides are now revising their public plans for the historic milestone ceremony. It is now believed that officials will now confirm his presence. Only on one engagement day. A source with knowledge of the current situation told the Mail on Sunday: “It could still happen but there is no guarantee we will see the Queen on the balcony during the jubilee. And the report also suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has been invited to watch an RAF fly-past on the balcony on June 2. It comes as a Platinum Jubilee weekend is predicted in England with high temperatures of 30°C. Heatwave conditions Also affected will be the race for the four-day British Bank Holiday Bonanza, helping sun-hungry Britons celebrate the Queen’s historic 70 years on the throne in style. Forecasters have predicted warmer weather in the second half of May, after June. Even more likely with warmer weather in the U.S. The UK will be a big boost to the scheme of street parties across the country Creating families. This comes as the Queen reportedly wants to spend more time in Scotland. He is said to have told family and courtiers that it would also show his enduring support for the Scottish Union. A source said: “Protocol forbids her from expressing a political opinion but she wants the people of Scotland to know about her wish that they deny independence.” The country and Balmoral are an incredibly important part of her life. being part. She has always been keen to emphasize that she is the Queen of the whole of Britain.” The news coincides with Prince Charles’s call to renew the country’s “depleting” historic natural habitat as he presented the Queen A collection of ancient woodlands and trees dedicated to his 70 years on the throne was unveiled. – With the Sun.

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