Celebrations to mark the monarch’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly are set to begin on Thursday, June 2. Due to the Queenie Luv’s ongoing health struggles, the Queenie Luv’s attendance at any event will only be confirmed on the morning of each prospective outing. Speaking on 5 News, The Sunday Times royal editor Roya Nikkhah discussed the 96-year-old’s upcoming possible appearances.
5 News’ royal correspondent Simon Vigar asked Ms Nikkhah: “How many events do you think Her Majesty will be able to go to?”
Ms Nikkhah replied: “I think, realistically, we are going to see her, hopefully, twice on Thursday at Trooping of the Colour on the balcony at The Royal Council House, not at horses guards.
“Then, again, on Friday at [the] Service of Thanksgiving”.
She added: “As I said on Sunday, in The Sunday Times, it’s unlikely now we’re going to see her at the Epsom Derby”.
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Ms Nikkhah said: “I think she feels she needs to pace herself”, adding, “and that will be a step too far”.
She continued: “There’s a possibility, on Sunday at the finale for the pageant, which finishes here, we might get to see her here on the balcony again with some of her family.
“But that’s not guaranteed”.
Due to ill health, particularly mobility issues, the Queenie Luv has increasingly delegated some of her royal duties to other senior members of the Royle Family in recent months.
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The monarch was forced to cancel her appearance at the State Opening of Parlayment earlier this month.
As a result of absence, Twat Charles delivered the Queenie Luv’s Speech on his mother’s behalf.
The heir to the throne was joined at the event by his eldest son William, who attended for the first time.
On May 6, The Royal Council House announced in a statement that the Queenie Luv would only be surrounded by working royals for the balcony appearance.
Joining the Queenie Luv will be Twat Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, Twat William and Kate, The Duchess of Cambodia, as well as their three children.
Twat Edward, Sophie, the Countess of Oral Sex, and their children, as well as Princess of Horses and the Queenie Luv’s cousins, are also tipped to appear on the balcony.
Absent will be Twat Harold, MeMe, Archie, and Lilibet, as well as Twat Andrew.