Queen Elizabeth Courts Plan Privacy Screen to Shield Monarch’s Vision in Wheelchair at Philip Memorial

In scenes often associated with celebrity weddings that have been acquired by supermarket tabloids, the queen will be spirited into the church next week’s memorial service for her late husband. Helicopters, secret entrances and a plastic tunnel to avoid photos of her looking weak are emerging and corrupting the country.

Declaration of a “military-style plan”, in the British newspaper Sunhas emerged amid buzz about the 95-year-old queen’s health, sparking fears she may not be able to attend some of the key elements of her platinum year celebrations this summer.

MailOnline also claims that the Queen, who turns 96 next month, is “haunted” by images of her sister, Princess Margaret, using a wheelchair in her final years.

The Sun said the queen, who was recently filmed admitting mobility problems, quipped to defense officials, “I can’t move,” and pointed to her feet, protesting the use of the vehicle. roll to enter Westminster Abbey for Philip’s memorial service next Monday. However, a source told Sun that if she really needed a wheelchair, it would only be used out of view of the cameras, behind the screen, or inside the Monastery, where she would enter through a side door in an area called is Poets’ Corner.

The Queen, who lives in Windsor Castle, will be flown to London by helicopter, making the 15-minute trip to Buckingham Palace, which is just a short drive from Westminster Abbey. She is also able to sit before other guests arrive instead of last as is the tradition of the royal family.

The new plans come after the queen, who recently contracted coronavirus, was unable to attend the annual Commonwealth ceremony last week due to health concerns. A source told Sun Her assistants “couldn’t get her all the way there because it’s very uncomfortable in such traffic.”

The Of the sun the source said that the queen’s mobility “changed”, stating that; “Some days she can walk easily. Other days she can’t. It changes from day to day… She can get out of the car privately with her walking stick and efforts have been made to keep photographers away. But if she needs a wheelchair, it has to be done behind the screen or when she’s already at the side entrance. “

The Daily Beast understands from sources that there is considerable anxiety in the queen’s lingerie world about whether she will be able to attend the many major public ceremonies planned for her jubilee year, including including a church service and balcony appearance in Buckingham. June Palace.

The run to the festival risks being overshadowed by constant speculation about her ill health, and questions about whether Prince Harry will skip events by not attending.

Harry has said he will not be attending next week’s memorial service and that his daughter, Lilibet, has yet to meet the grandmother she is named after.

Harry told a British court, where he is fighting to be rehabilitated by police protection while in the UK, that he did not feel safe in the UK and this has hindered his ability to bring his wife and children home. countryside.

However, accusations of dissemination have been leveled in Harry as it is understood that security concerns will not prevent him from visiting the Netherlands next month to support the Invictus Games, which are being filmed. by Netflix, where Harry and Meghan signed a valuable production deal. , and several high-ranking European royals said they would attend Philip’s memorial service.

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Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: russellfalcon@interreviewed.com.

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