While everyone is worried about her health, Queen Elizabeth was photographed behind the wheel in Jaguar

The Queen is celebrating a platinum jubilee next year, 70 years of rule and still has no plans to step down from all her duties.

While everyone is worried about her health, Queen Elizabeth was photographed behind the wheel in Jaguar

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (95) worried fans last week after it was revealed that she ended up in the hospital due to health issues, but judging by the photos taken this morning on her estate, the queen is currently feeling much better. Namely, the paparazzi filmed her while driving an expensive Jaguar around Windsor Castle. Although the doctors advised her to rest, the queen still dared to drive. It is known that Elizabeth II is a passionate driver despite never having passed the driving test and is the only person in the UK who is not required to have a driver’s license. 

Recall, Queen Elizabeth spent one night in hospital for preliminary tests and as reported by Buckingham Palace, the 95-year-old queen is feeling well and doctors advised her to rest for a few days, which is why she missed a business trip to Northern Ireland.

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She welcomed two ambassadors on Tuesday and the audience took place via video link at Windsor Castle. The Queen had a virtual conversation in the castle with the Ambassador of Korea Gunn Kim and the Ambassador of Switzerland Markus Leitner. For the first time, Queen Elizabeth performed her official duties virtually from Windsor Castle.

Her doctors said the queen was feeling well and had not ended up in hospital on suspicion of coronavirus infection. The public was concerned about her health after the queen was first filmed walking with a cane two weeks ago. From the palace, they said that she used the cane on October 13, when she went to Mass, because the road to the church was uneven and that her health was not impaired. After that, the media in the UK also published information that doctors recommended to the Queen to cancel her daily routine and the martini that she liked to drink in the afternoon. The Queen is celebrating a platinum jubilee next year, 70 years of rule and still has no plans to step down from all her duties.


By: Helen B.