Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. (95) He walks on a stick. She used the device on Tuesday at a memorial service at Westminster Abbey in London, as shown in the photos. She was accompanied by her daughter, Princess Anne (71). British media reported that this was the first time the Queen had used a cane for non-medical reasons.
The walker was handed over to the Queen after she got out of her limousine. Then the queen went to her seat, and also used the instrument on the way back.
Stick serves for convenience
According to the Palestinian News Agency, their car did not stop at the main gate of the cathedral, but at the entrance from which it is closer to their place. Isn’t the queen okay? The Palestinian Authority said these measures will serve you. The palace does not want to comment on the assistance.
The king shines throughout the service. Even when walking with a cane, she doesn’t seem to be in pain.
In 2003 and 2004, the Queen used a cane after knee surgery. Since then, she has always been moving without a walker. The Daily Mail speculated that the wand must have helped her on the uneven pavement at the entrance. (SDA/euc)
“Professional music expert. Creator. Student. Twitter aficionado. Unapologetic coffee trailblazer.”