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"Queen Elizabeth" Refuses To Speak To Her Son Prince Charles On The Phone

Thursday, December 2, 2021

 

Queen Elizabeth Refuses To Speak To Her Son Prince Charles On The Phone
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II appears to be categorically refusing to speak to her son Prince Charles on the phone, sparking controversy as soon as the news was made public.


Queen Elizabeth and the phone.

In details, according to a British website, Queen Elizabeth likes to talk to these two people only on the phone, and Prince Charles is not between these two names. The two people are her daughter, Princess Anne, and race director John Warren.

In other Queen Elizabeth news, the Queen is said to be getting better amid a recent health setback and is planning to host the royal family at Christmas at Sandringham. A source told the Daily Mail: "The Queen has told everyone that she's been feeling a lot better lately and is very much looking forward to welcoming them at Christmas." "Like many other families, this will be the first time that Her Majesty can reunite with her extended family after they have been separated for so long due to the coronavirus pandemic."



On the other hand, Queen Elizabeth II arrived at the baptism ceremony of two of her great-grandchildren on Sunday, in her second appearance in less than a week after she canceled several events last month for health reasons.

Wearing a light green jacket and hat, the 95-year-old appeared in a Range Rover on her way to a baptismal ceremony at All Saints' Church in Windsor, southwest London.

But what raised concern was the lack of official photos of her at this celebration, as some said that it was due to her fatigue.

This comes days after a bilateral meeting held on Wednesday with the highest British military officer, British Chief of Staff Nick Carter, in her first public appearance in weeks after a series of health ailments.

The Queen did not attend the annual memorial service for victims of war on Sunday due to "backache".

She had first canceled a two-day trip to Northern Ireland last month after the palace revealed that doctors had advised her to rest.

But within 24 hours, officials were forced to confirm a press report that she had spent the night in a private hospital in central London after undergoing unspecified tests.

Her aides stressed that this was for "practical reasons" and that she had resumed her duties "slightly", including holding a video conference with future ambassadors.


But speculation about her health returned again after she canceled her participation in the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, in which Princes Charles and William represented the royal family, earlier this month.

This came according to “rest advice” from her doctors. It sent a video message to world leaders urging them to take collective action to stop global warming.

Her aides attributed her absence to exhaustion from her busy schedule since returning from her summer residence in the Morale in north-east Scotland.

She has kept her official commitments since the death of her husband Prince Philip in April, including hosting the G7 summit in Cornwall in June.

Sunday's baptismal ceremonies were for the son of Mike and Zara Tindall, the daughter of Princess Anne, and the son of Princess Eugenie, the daughter of Prince Andrew and her husband, Jack Brooksbank.

Members of the royal family and close friends attended the special event, according to Buckingham Palace sources.



Source  al-arrab

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