© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth attends the launch of the Commonwealth Games relay, in front of Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, October 7, 2021. Victoria Jones / Pool via REUTERS
LONDON (Reuters) – Queen Elizabeth attended a private ceremony celebrating the baptism of two of her great-grandchildren on Sunday, the British news agency PA reported, four days after the 95-year-old monarch first appeared in public after the hospital. stay.
Buckingham Palace did not comment on the report.
Last month, for the first time in several years, the Queen spent the night in hospital due to, as the palace did, “preliminary investigations” into an unidentified disease, and doctors advised her to cancel most of her engagements since then.
She withdrew from the Remembrance Day ceremony on November 14 with a sprained back, which a source from the palace said was not related to the condition that required rest and that it was an unfortunate coincidence.
On November 17, she was photographed standing and smiling at her home in Windsor Castle as she spoke to the Chief of Defense.
The Sunday private ceremony, held at the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park, was to celebrate two family baptisms, the PA report said.
One was the son of Princess Eugenie, the daughter of the Queen’s third child, Prince Andrew. The second was the third child, the son of Zara Tindall, the daughter of the Queen’s second child, Princess Anne.
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