Queen Elizabeth II misses remembrance ceremony with bad back
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was forced to drag out of the U.K.’s annual memorial service for fallen troopers Sunday because of a sprained back.
The wreath-laying ceremony in central London would have marked a come back to public appearances for the 95-year-old monarch World Health Organization has incomprehensible a series of events because of health considerations.
Buckingham Palace aforementioned the Queen was “disappointed” for having to miss the event. Her son Prince of Wales, the heir to the throne, ordered a wreath on her behalf.
Last month, Queen Elizabeth had to cancel a visit to European nation and force out of the COP26 climate summit in metropolis, instead delivering a pre-recorded video message urging world leaders to combat temperature change.
At the time, the Queen was suggested by doctors to require a two-week rest break, however she had expressed her “firm intention” to attend Sunday’s memorial.