- Queen Elizabeth is struggling with health problems
- She recently contracted COVID-19
- Now, another sad piece of news is coming to light
How heartbreaking is this? Queen Elizabeth, 95, has not been able to walk her beloved corgis around Windsor Castle for the past six months.
Some Palace insiders even fear she may never walk her pups again following her health struggles. The Queen's recent list of ailments includes a bout of COVID-19 and a sprained back. She has since withdrawn from numerous in-person events.
Queen Elizabeth can't walk her corgis anymore!
An insider has revealed to The Sun on Sunday that the Queen is "not well enough" to be walking her beloved dogs. How sad.
The source added that during times of crisis and stress, the Queen typically turns to her beloved corgis and would walk them almost every day.
The Queen is said to have leaned heavily on her dog walking after her husband Prince Philip (†99) fell ill and then died last year.
The insider went on to say that the pets are a huge comfort. Despite this, the Queen still enjoys spending time at home with her dogs, the insider told the newspaper: "Dogs remain very much part of Windsor life."
Meanwhile, the monarch recently got back to work after overcoming the coronavirus. She even hosted an in-person audience last week, and has been busy on virtual meetings.
The Queen was back in action on March 7 when she met Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Did you notice the surprising detail from the Queen and PM Trudeau's visit?