Queen greeted fans in Scotland with a wave and smile as she walked in Edinburgh as part of her first outing since Platinum Jubilee Yesterday – and new video shows he got off the Royal train without any help.
A royal assistant stood ready to help Her Majesty down the stairs on the platform, but she descended the stairs without help wearing a pearl-and-diamond-trimmed hat in a powder blue coat.
Her Majesty is shown smiling as she alights from the Royal Train and shakes her hands to her fans.
The video shows policemen standing in front of the crew, which soon fills the stage as the queen departs using her stick.
The footage comes as the Queen begins her traditional visit to Scotland on Monday for a week of royal events.
An assistant helps Her Majesty walk down the stairs to the stage in Edinburgh
Her Majesty is shown shaking the hand of the camera and getting off the train before departure
The 96-year-old, who has cut back on public engagements due to mobility issues, showed no signs of discomfort while handling the journey.
Royal sources ahead of the jubilee have told the Queen will miss the Epsom Derby for the third time in her reign in order to ‘pace herself’ for the festivities, which took place over the four-day weekend to mark her 70 years on the throne. .
But she was all smiles as she attended Keyes’ historic ceremony on Monday – the traditional opening of Holyrood Week for the royal family.
The Queen, who is deeply attached to Scotland, has attended the event in Scotland, her youngest son, Edward, and his wife, Sophie, known as the Earl and Countess of Forfar. is happening. Holyroodhouse’s Palace.
In this ceremony the King is handed over the keys to the city and is welcomed into the ‘Ancient and Hereditary Kingdom of Scotland’.
The Guard of Honor was presented by the Balaclava Company, the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Her Majesty is expected to hold several events this week – and will meet with Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon during her stay.
The Queen seemed overjoyed to attend the ceremony at the Palace of Holyrood House
The Queen smiles as she arrives in Edinburgh today while continuing her public duties – her first since her birth anniversary
Although Her Majesty will not attend the annual garden party at Holyroodhouse on Wednesday, BBC informed of.
Buckingham Palace or the Palace of Holyroodhouse typically hosts over 30,000 people each year.
Events are usually used to recognize and reward public servants, but require several hours of standing, the royal family believing such events would be too much for Her Majesty, Those who have recently recovered from Kovid-19.
The Queen last hosted a Buckingham Palace garden party in 2019 before the virus.
Her children, including Prince Charles, will support her throughout the week – but Prince Andrew will stay away because of a dispute over his agreement with Virginia Roberts Giuffre – a victim of his friend Jeffrey Epstein’s abuse.
Dressed in a powder blue silk wool coat and Stewart Parvin dress, paired with a Rachel Trevor-Morgan hat, the Queen was symbolically offered the keys to the city by Edinburgh Lord Provost Robert Aldridge.
Tradition dictates that the emperor return them, handing them over to the city’s elected officials for safekeeping.
The Queen was joined by her youngest son, Edward, and his wife, Sophie, known as the Earl and Countess of Forfar, during their stay in Scotland.
The Guard of Honor was provided by the Balaclava Company, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, which was supervised by Edward on the castle’s forecourt during the ceremony.
The music was provided by the pipes and drums of the Royal Highland Fusiliers, the 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Scotland and the bands of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
Queen Elizabeth II meets Lord Provost Robert Aldridge at the Ceremony of the Keys on the forecourt of the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh
The Lord Provost speaks to Her Majesty as officials salute the 96-year-old monarch
The Royal Regiment of Scotland during the ceremony of keys on the forecourt of the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.
The visit follows a recent Platinum Jubilee ceremony for the Queen, in which she pledged to continue her work ‘to the best of my ability’ supported by my family.
Charles, known in Scotland as the Earl of Rothesay, and the Princess Royal will attend a series of public events north of Hadrian’s Wall in the coming days.
However, Andrew, known in Scotland as the Earl of Inverness, no longer performs public duties and will not attend.
It was revealed over the weekend that Queen She has defied doctors by coming back into the saddle of her beloved horses – just days after she was seen without the stick she has relied on until recently.
Nine months after he was advised to stop riding, the 96-year-old monarch is reportedly riding in Windsor.
She is also scheduled to take part in the Armed Forces Act of Loyalty parade at the palace on Tuesday, although some events during the week will be covered by other members of the royal family.