- Queen Elizabeth II fell ill with COVID-19
- Now she seems to be better again
- She's back in action in new pictures
After battling COVID-19 last week, the Queen, 95, is doing well enough to restart public appearances. On March 1, the Royal Family shared two pictures on Twitter showing Queen Elizabeth hosting audiences.
Queen Elizabeth II is back in action
However, the Queen's meetings were not in person, but via video call. The Ambassadors of Andorra and Chad were received at Buckingham Palace, and the Queen joined in from Windsor.
Today The Queen held Audiences with incoming Ambassadors via video link from Windsor Castle to Buckingham Palace.— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 1, 2022
His Excellency Mr. Carles Jordana Madero, Ambassador from Andorra.
His Excellency Mr. Kedella Younous Hamidi, Ambassador from Chad. pic.twitter.com/S33bwfCnTM
In the pictures you can see the Queen calling in to the Palace. In a green outfit and perfectly styled, she leads the audience over video. She appears to have largely overcome her case of COVID-19.
The Palace announced a few days ago that the Queen would continue "light" work from home despite testing positive for the coronavirus. She also held her usual weekly meeting with the Prime Minister.
So it's good news for the Queen. Her reappearance also comes after an online hoax falsely claimed Queen Elizabeth had died, which caused shock and outrage.