The Queen of England will not attend the opening ceremony of the country’s parliament on Tuesday, May 10. This has been reported daily mail Referring to the official representative of Buckingham Palace.
A spokesperson from the royal residence said: “The Queen continues to have occasional mobility problems and, after consulting with doctors, had to decide not to attend the opening of Parliament tomorrow.” Said.
He added that, at His Majesty’s request, he would read a welcoming speech to parliamentarians on his behalf by Charles, Prince of Wales. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge will also attend the ceremony.
The royal throne in the House of Lords will remain vacant in the Queen’s absence – Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker-Bowles will sit in their usual places. At the same time, II. The Crown of the British Empire, whose address Elizabeth usually reads, will still be brought to Parliament.
Queen Elizabeth will miss the Opening of Parliament for the first time in 59 years. This will avoid this mission for the third time. The Queen did not attend the celebrations in 1959 and 1963 due to her pregnancy.
The official opening ceremony of the parliament in 2020 and 2021 was not held due to the spread of the coronavirus infection.
II in 2019. Elizabeth applied To Parliament not with the heavy crown of the British Empire, but with a lighter crown.