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The Queen, 95, was asked to ‘adjust her own pace’ to be able to perform a memorial service for Prince Philip

The Queen is said to have been told to take it easy in the days and weeks ahead before the memorial service for her beloved late husband Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey on March 29.

The Queen, 95, will be asked to speed herself up, it is reported
The Queen, 95, will be asked to speed herself up, it is reported

The Queen has been asked to speed herself up to ensure Prince Philip’s memorial service can be performed in two weeks, it has been reported.

The Queen, 95, was unable to attend the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on Monday.

Buckingham Palace did not give a specific reason for her absence from the event.

And now she is expected to take it easy in the coming days and weeks ahead of a memorial service for her late beloved husband at the same location on March 29.

She hopes to be able to attend the event with her cane and has ruled out the use of a wheelchair.







The Queen’s beloved husband, Prince Philip, passed away last year
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An insider told The Sun: “You can’t say she’ll definitely be in the service but there’s an element of self-adjusting to make it happen.”

Senior royal aides are understood to have accepted that the “weaknesses that come with living a long life” have finally caught up with her.

It was reported that her aides said the Queen was so weak that she could not walk her beloved puppies.







The Queen will turn 96 years old next month
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She is hoping to be able to attend the memorial service on March 29 with a walking stick
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Queen Elizabeth II has owned more than 30 corgis in her lifetime, but she hasn’t walked her dogs at Windsor Castle for six months.

The Queen, who turns 96 next month and is just recovering from Covid, last week moved around Windsor Castle without a cane and without a new illness.

But she still made the “regrettable” decision late Friday to withdraw from the annual Commonwealth Service, which is often the highlight of her calendar.







The Queen was infected with Covid last month
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A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “The Queen has asked the Prince of Wales to represent the Queen at the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey.”

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, said she believes the Queen will be “determined” to perform a dedicated Thanksgiving service for her late husband Prince Philip on March 29.

Ms Seward said: “It would be a pain to miss out on Commonwealth Day service but these days she is faced with a dilemma as she has to choose her activities. Wisely.

“She will be very determined to do the Duke of Edinburgh’s thanksgiving later this month, which will mean so much to her that his funeral has been scaled down like that.

“Your Majesty, I believe, is very much like her mother, who was reluctant to use a wheelchair, so during her promotion years it was about preparing herself as much as possible for the big occasions. .”

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