Updated on November 22, 2021, 1:16 pm

  • Due to the state of health of Queen Elizabeth II, it was unclear when she would appear again for a public appointment.
  • Now the monarch attended the double baptisms of her great-grandchildren.
  • The 95-year-old has had to take it easy since October.

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Queen Elizabeth II attended the double baptism of her great-grandchildren on Sunday. Photos available to the Daily Mail show the monarch in a green ensemble on arrival at Windsor Castle.

Her granddaughters, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall, had their sons, August Brooksbank and Lucas Tindall, baptized in the All Saints Chapel in the palace area. Further details about the celebration have not yet been released.

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Health made headlines

Most recently, the Queen’s state of health and various cancellations of appointments made headlines. A month ago she was in the hospital for “preliminary examinations”. Then there was talk of a sprained back.

The doctors ordered her to rest. She even had to cancel her participation in the Remembrance Sunday commemoration last weekend.

Queen Elizabeth II has had to cut back since October

Prince Charles spoke to Sky News about Queen Elizabeth II’s health. He gave the all-clear and explained that she was doing well, but also gave the following to consider: “Once you’re 95, it’s not as easy as it used to be.” He also alluded to his own age: “At 73, it’s bad enough.”

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The Queen has been slowing down since October. The monarch had previously canceled a trip to Northern Ireland and spent one night in the hospital. Elizabeth II later canceled a planned participation in the COP26 climate summit in Scotland.
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The Netflix series “The Crown” shows a sinister episode in the life of Queen Elizabeth II. A man had entered her bedroom in 1982. In the series, the Queen engages the burglar in a long conversation. A scene that probably actually took place in real life. Michael Fagan had entered Buckingham Palace twice.


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