QUEEN CAUSES CONCERNS AT THE CEREMONY: Everyone was looking at a detail she hadn’t used for 17 years
Queen Elizabeth II arrived at the ceremony with something she hadn’t used since 2004.
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Queen Elizabeth II (95) surprised the public at the 100th anniversary of the Royal British Legion at Westminster Abbey with an accessory she had not worn for a long time.
In fact, she appeared at the event with a walking stick which is a concern, and accompanying her was her daughter, Princess Anne. The Queen wore a blue coat and hat for the occasion in London.
By the way, Elizabeth can rarely be seen using a walking stick and was photographed with it on several occasions in 2003 and 2004, but that was after knee surgery.
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According to the Daily Mail, the Queen has now used it for more comfortable movement and no specific health reason has been revealed. They claim she may have done so because of the uneven pavement in front of the entrance to Westminster Abbey.
When she got out of the limousine, Elizabeth handed the staff a cane and moved freely to her place in the church. She used it again when she got out and went to the car.
By: Amber V. - Gossip Whispers