Queen Elizabeth walks without a cane after ‘episodic mobility problems’ | Entertainment

Queen Elizabeth walks without a cane due to “episodic mobility issues”.

The 96-year-old monarch happily walked alone to board the Royal Train for Scotland.

She was filmed by 24-year-old local cricketer Chris Dixon on his mobile phone at 9:50 pm Sunday (June 26, 2022) when he noticed her boarding the train at Windsor and Eton Riverside stations without the help of assistants.

His footage, released on Monday evening (6/27/22), shows the royal walking comfortably with a cane in her right hand and a black purse in her left, shown in her Paddington Bear anniversary video used to celebrate her platinum anniversary.

Dixon told The Sun: “I saw the Royal Train, lots of police vans and a sniffer dog. Three cars pulled up to a private gate from the side of the station.

“She was helped out of one, and then she easily stepped over the step.

“I was surprised at how fast she was. It was a great opportunity to see her, and to see her so well.”

The Queen showed no discomfort in her footage, which haunted her for nine months, with royal aides saying she had “episodic mobility problems”.

Then on Monday (27/06/22) she was seen relaxed clutching a bouquet of flowers at the Key Ceremony in Edinburgh, where the Lord Mayor symbolically presented her with the keys to the city.

At the event, she wore the badge of the Royal Regiment of Scotland on her blue silk gown received from Lord Mayor Robert Aldridge.

The monarch was joined by her youngest son, the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, 58, and his wife Sophie, 57, in her first public appearance since the long platinum jubilee weekend that marked her record 70 years on the throne. .

The Queen is due to get back on her feet on Tuesday (6/28/22) at an armed forces event, while senior members of the royal family, including Prince Charles, 73, Princess Anne, 71, Edward and Sophie, stand in for her at the garden party. .

Her trip to Scotland came after the monarch pledged during her jubilee to continue to serve Britain “to the best of my ability with the support of my family”.


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