Queen Elizabeth II, who in recent weeks was forced to rest on the recommendation of doctors, attended the christening of two great-grandchildren on Sunday in Windsor, on the outskirts of London, local media reported on Monday.
The sovereign wore a green hat when she was photographed in a vehicle after attending the christening of her granddaughter Zara Tindal’s son, Lucas Felipe, and that of Princess Eugenia of York, Augusto, at the Royal Lodge house, located in Windsor Park. .
Zara Tindal is the daughter of Princess Anne of England while Princess Eugenia is the daughter of Prince Andrew.
In addition to the 95-year-old queen, other members of the British royal family attended the private event, including the Duke of York, Andrew, and the Duke of Cambridge, William and Catherine, according to media reports. .
Last weekend, the head of state could not attend the ceremony commemorating those who died in combat, which takes place in Whitehall – the seat of the Government – due to a back problem.
The queen’s health has been a cause for concern in recent weeks, having also canceled other relevant commitments from her agenda, such as her attendance at the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, or a visit to Northern Ireland.
On October 20, the sovereign had to stay one night in a London hospital to undergo preliminary tests and the doctors recommended that she rest.