LQueen Elizabeth II arrived in Scotland (United Kingdom) on Monday June 27 for a week of royal events, with several members of her family. His move for this “Holyrood week” was not known until the very last minute, as is now the custom, because of his mobility problems.
Smiling, in a soft blue outfit and leaning on a cane, the 96-year-old sovereign was photographed at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, on the occasion of the “key handover” ceremony, during which the monarch sees herself traditionally hand over the keys to the city and is welcomed into its ancient and hereditary kingdom of Scotland. Elizabeth II was accompanied by her son Edward and his wife, Sophie.
READ ALSOQueen, Elton John, drones… Elizabeth II celebrates her platinum jubilee
Her last appearance dated back to June 22, when she met at Windsor Castle, where Elizabeth II now resides, the Governor of New South Wales in Australia. The British celebrated for four days in early June his 70 years of reign. She had appeared there three times on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
On the occasion of this platinum jubilee, the queen, who is the oldest in the world in office, had reaffirmed her intention to continue to serve her subjects “to the best of [ses] capacities, supported by [sa] family “. Elizabeth II is more and more often represented by Prince Charles, 73, heir to the crown, who will also participate in various engagements this week in Scotland, as part of this week of Holyrood.
READ ALSOMission accomplished for Elizabeth II, who reappears in public