Life is rapidly changing for Queen Elizabeth II, who has also been forced to accept the fact that things will never go back to the way they were for her.
Saying that the coronavirus has rattled the world would be the understatement of the year. The ongoing health crisis forced millions of children to adopt distance learning.
Businesses had to make significant changes to stay open while doctors and nurses found themselves in a war zone-like situation as they attempt to save lives.
As for the Queen, after spending all her life at Buckingham Palace, she was forced to leave.
She relocated to Windsor Castle to quarantine, and it was believed that she would return to her home base at some point. But that will not be the case.
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While her majesty was vacationing in Balmoral with her family, news broke that she would not be returning to Buckingham Palace.
According to the British media, to protect her health, “The Queen won’t be back at her London residence for the foreseeable future.”
This will be the longest absence from her London place in her decades-long reign.
Royal expert Russell Myers stated: “The Queen is not going to be at Buckingham Palace; she is going to stay at Windsor Castle after her little holiday with the Duke of Edinburgh in Balmoral. And I think we all saw this coming, really, but Buckingham Palace is essentially a working Palace and I know its the Queen’s abode. However, with the fact that the coronavirus is still an issue. There is obviously a lot of building work there at the moment, and the fact that they can create this bubble to Windsor Castle and Balmoral, it just serves an awful lot of perfect purposes.”
Myers shared more details about what the Queen’s schedule will look like for the next month: “The Queen may travel to London to do some jobs. There is no confirmation of what her diary looks like over the next few months, and I just think that no one would begrudge her for doing this, and I think it’s a very, very sensible decision by the royal household to put her back in the bubble of Windsor Castle, where she’s been very happy. And we may even see her on Zoom or maybe, maybe some public engagements, but we don’t know anything just yet.”
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One supporter had this comment on the matter: “She’s 94, and her husband is 99. Why on earth would they go to the city now, some ppl can’t even go outside a 5km radius in some countries because of the coronavirus. Nothing is going to ‘happen’ to them conspiracy wise. Ugh, I loathe all that speculation.”
A curious fan of the royal family asked: “Gosh, I would love to know what is really going on with her. I can’t wait for disclosure.”
Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince William, and Kate Middleton have stepped in for the Queen.