Queen Elizabeth Happily Reunites with Grandkids After Recovering from COVID-19

Queen Elizabeth Happily Reunites with Grandkids After Recovering from COVID-19

  • Queen Elizabeth, 95, enjoyed a cool afternoon with her family and friends on Sunday, February 27, 2022
  • The celebrated monarch, who tested positive for COVID-19 just over a week ago, was happy to reunite with her loved ones
  • She met with Princess Beatrice, the Duchess of Cambridge and their children at Frogmore Cottage on her Windsor estate

Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly reunited with her family members after recovering from COVID-19.

Queen Elizabeth reunites with close family members after recovering from COVID-19.
Queen Elizabeth enjoyed an afternoon with some of her nearest and dearest after recovering from COVID-19. Photo: Getty Images.
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As reported by Daily Mail, the monarch, who recently tested positive for the virus, went to Frogmore on Sunday, where members of her family had gathered to meet her for the first time since her diagnosis.

Princess Eugenie, her husband, Jack Brooksbank, and their 1-year-old son, August, who reside in Frogmore Cottage, were reportedly not home during the Queen’s visit.

She also returned to her royal duties, hosting two virtual meetings with diplomats nine days after testing positive for the virus.

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Mild cold-like symptoms

Buckingham Palace announced at the time that she was experiencing mild cold-like symptoms but that she would continue with light duties.

“She will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all the appropriate guidelines,” the palace said in a statement.

The Queen received the COVID-19 vaccine in early 2021 and has since received the booster shot.

Queen Elizabeth marks 70 years on the throne

As previously reported by Legi.ng, the Queen kicked off celebrations for the 70th anniversary by inviting local community groups to her Sandringham residence in the East of England.

New York Times reported that the milestone puts the queen in a rarefied group: Only three other monarchs are documented to have reigned for more than 70 years.

Elizabeth, 95, became the queen of Britain upon the death of her father King George VI on February 6, 1952, while she was in Kenya on an international tour.

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Her majesty marked Accession Day in private as is customary, not viewing it as something to celebrate. Her Platinum Jubilee is scheduled for June 2022.

Recall that the Buckingham Palace spokesperson had confirmed that Queen Elizabeth II was hospitalised for preliminary investigations after cancelling a planned trip to Northern Ireland.

Source: Legit.ng

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