Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly pulled out of the Epson Derby as new reports surrounding her health arise after she complained of a little discomfort.
According to local media outlets, her Majesty pulled out from today’s Thanksgiving that was held at the St. Paul’s Cathedral.
However, she did manage to make an appearance three times yesterday as eager fans and followers were seen in large crowds to give her a loud cheer and show their love and support for the 96-year-old.
The most applause was received when she opted to make an appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace where members of the Royal family were by her side.
Today, Kate Middleton was asked by a well-wisher how she was doing in regards to her health and that’s when the Duchess of Cambridge revealed in detail how her Majesty was doing just fine but did find yesterday’s grand event to be very very tiring for her.
The monarch who appears to be fine despite the rumors circulating regarding her health will reportedly witness the huge sporting event via a live television broadcast from her Windsor Castle, as recently confirmed by Buckingham Palace.
In the recent past, we’ve witnessed the Queen cancel a number of her various engagements and the most recent one has to be her State Opening of the Parliament that took place in May.
Instead, her son Prince Charles and grandson Prince William are believed to have stood up for her and represented her as they did at today’s Thanksgiving service. This particular service was reportedly attended by nearly 2000 guests and among them included some senior members of the royal family as well as politicians.
Moments after it ended, Charles, Camilla, Will, and Kate were reported to have arrived for another reception that was taking place at a nearby distance in the Guildhall.