Following her meeting with the Governor of the Bank of England, the ‘Radiant’ Queen was showered with well-wishes.


After meeting with the Governor of the Bank of England, the ‘Radiant’ Queen was showered with well-wishes.

As she met with the Governor of the Bank of England at Windsor Castle, fans on social media described the Queen as “radiant.”

After knighting Professor Sir Huw Thomas on Tuesday, Her Majesty, 95, met with Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey, 62, for her second in-person royal engagement this week.

The Queen’s decision to meet with the UK’s top financial official comes after she took a medical leave of absence from royal duties.

After an overnight stay in a London hospital, Elizabeth was unable to attend the COP26 summit and had to postpone her Remembrance Sunday return due to a sprained back.

Mr Bailey’s 25-mile journey from Threadneedle Street to Windsor Castle, on the other hand, appears to have been viewed as a positive sign for Firm fans.

The Governor and the Queen were photographed in the Oak Room at Her Majesty’s Berkshire residence, according to the official Royal Family Instagram account.

The Queen was inundated with well-wishes from royal supporters underneath the post, which received 97,229 likes in just 11 hours.

The Royal Family (@theroyalfamily) shared a post.

On the @theroyalfamily account, nearly 900 people left comments on the Queen’s post.

“The Queen today received Mr Andrew Bailey, Governor of the Bank of England, for an Audience at Windsor Castle,” the caption read.

“As Head of State, Her Majesty meets with important diplomatic, religious, military, and political figures on a regular basis.”

“Her Majesty is looking radiant!” said one account, using the handle @callmeshani_.

“May the Queen reign long and prosper.”

“To Her Majesty,” @smek15 added.

“I’m hoping she’s feeling better; she’s quite lovely.”

One user was concerned, however, that Her Majesty’s visitor was not wearing a face mask.

“It really bothers me that people meeting face to face with Her Majesty are not wearing masks to protect her!” tweeted @georgiamo66.

Even though “there is no longer a legal requirement to wear face coverings in indoor settings or on public transportation,” the latest update on the UK Government website advises and recommends that Britons “continue to wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed spaces where you come into contact with people you don’t normally meet.”


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