Elizabeth II: a “normal” Christmas for the Queen? The news is reassuring…

Forced to rest since her stay in hospital, Elizabeth II has not made any public outing for weeks. But the Queen could well celebrate a Christmas worthy of the name in view of the new announcements of her doctors, as reported by the “Daily Mail”.

The Queen, who has been taking a break from the daily grind and has been doing nothing but “light” administrative work lately, has received some pleasant news: her doctors have given her the green light to start a more normal holiday season. Elizabeth II will thus be able to resume her usual lifestyle by organizing her annual private pre-Christmas party at Windsor Castle, as reported by the Daily Mail on December 9.

This first celebration bodes well for the rest of Her Majesty’s schedule. If the doctors’ recommendations do not change between now and then, Elizabeth II will be able to celebrate Christmas Eve and Christmas with her entourage in her estate of Sandringham, in Norfolk. A news that should put some joy in the heart of the British royal family, which is certainly looking forward to introduce the new blond heads born in 2021, as the little Sienna, daughter of Princess Beatrice and Count Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. However, to travel to East Anglia, the mother of Prince Charles should prefer the helicopter unlike her usual journey by train, given his age and general health.

A Christmas almost like any other

Despite the health crisis, the Royal Family’s Christmas should be as normal as possible according to the latest news. However, the holidays will certainly sound a little different for Elizabeth II this year. Indeed, the sovereign will be around the tree for the first time without her late husband, Prince Philip, who left last April.

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