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Queen Elizabeth intends to attend Philip’s memorial ceremony

According to reports, Queen Elizabeth is still going to attend a thanksgiving ceremony for the Duke of Edinburgh’s life next week.

The Queen, who is 95 years old, expects to be able to attend the Westminster Abbey service honoring her late husband on Tuesday, although formal confirmation is unlikely until the day itself.

The royal family will be joined by royals from around the world to pay respect to Philip’s “dedication to family, nation, and Commonwealth,” according to Buckingham Palace.

The Queen spent the day at Windsor Castle on Wednesday admiring exquisite artifacts by the British craftwork enterprise Halcyon Days.

She was scheduled to visit the company’s facility in 2020 to commemorate the company’s 70-year Platinum Jubilee. The intentions were thwarted by the epidemic, and the troupe instead transported their works to the Queen, who now has more engagements from her Windsor castle.

The Queen was seen with a cane but looked to be in high spirits, smiling happily as she was shown several delicately painted teapots and other objects placed up in the castle’s White Drawing Room.

Courtesy Bol News

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