• The queen won't be present at many public events
  • A palace source shares plan for future appearances
  • Queen Elizabeth II has faced health issues as of late

Queen Elizabeth II has long been known to make appearances at important events, but things will soon be changing for the monarch. As the Daily Mail shares, a Buckingham Palace insider has recently shared that the queen is not likely to attend public engagements going forward, revealing the new plan for when she does.

The queen's event attendance to be decided day of

Queen Elizabeth II has found herself suffering from health issues over the past several months. Aside from testing positive for COVID earlier this year, the 95-year-old royal has also struggled with her mobility and can no longer do things she was once able to. Since these issues have caused her to cancel both virtual and in-person appearances, her attendance at events is reportedly going to be scaled back.


"If Her Majesty does attend, it will be decided on the day and she will be accompanied by another member of the Royal Family," the palace insider explained to The Mail on Sunday. This latest decision to be made about the queen's future follows last month's news that she would permanently be relocating to Windsor Castle, rather than continuing to remain at Buckingham Palace, where she has lived for years.

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The news of the queen having less of a presence at events comes after she missed the Commonwealth Day celebration this year, sending Prince Charles in her place. And while she may not be seen making public appearances as often, she did manage to visit with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan during their recent trip to the United Kingdom!