The Queen, 95, is seen for the first time using a walking stick as aides strive to make her comfortable.
During her visit to Westminster Abbey today to commemorate the Royal British Legion’s 100th anniversary, the Queen utilized a walking stick for the first time.
This is the first time the Queen has been photographed with a walking stick when not injured.
As they arrived for the ceremony this morning, Anne and the monarch exchanged warm smiles.
The charity’s work to serve servicemen and women from the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries is highlighted during the event.
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While driving his Range Rover, Prince Andrew smiles as cops dismiss a sex claim investigation against him without speaking to his accuser.
Scotland Yard has decided not to pursue allegations of “rape in the first degree” made in a US lawsuit.
The Duke of York fiercely refutes claimed victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s claims.
And his buddies boldly stated last night that it was “no surprise” that the Metropolitan Police Department had terminated its investigation into sex abuse charges for the third time.
After Met head Dame Cressida Dick urged detectives to investigate the case in August, cops called Andrew’s £1,000-an-hour legal team.
They may or may not have spoken to Andrew. The Met, however, did not question Ms Giuffre, who is now based in Australia, according to The Sun.
After signing a new woke agreement, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry raved that “when we invest in our other, we transform the world.”
Since leaving the royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have struck a number of lucrative collaborations, including multimillion-dollar partnerships with Netflix, Spotify, and Apple.
They’ve now stated that they’ve joined Ethic Investments as “impact partners” and investors.
“When we invest in each other, we transform the world,” the pair said in a statement.
Our choices – of how and where we put our energy – define us as a global community, whether through time investment (as with mentoring), community investment (as with volunteering), or financial commitment (for those who have the means to).
“We believe it is past time for more individuals to have a seat at the table when decisions that affect everyone are made,” says the group.
PRINCE According to an analyst, Andrew has become “separated” from the Royal Family and is the “only person in the world clinging” to the hope of returning to public life.
It comes as Virginia Roberts, who claims she was forced to have sex with the monarch three times when she was 17, is attempting to sue him in a New York court.
Russel Myers, the Royal editor, says the business is “closing ranks” on the Duke… Brinkwire News in a Nutshell