The Queen is not going to attend the Epsom Derby on Saturday, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
The monarch is predicted to look at the key sporting occasion on tv at Windsor Fortress.
There had been hypothesis the Queen wouldn’t seem on the race as a result of ongoing mobility points she skilled throughout her two appearances on Thursday.
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The 96-year-old was not on the thanksgiving service at St Paul’s on Friday after experiencing “some discomfort” yesterday, the palace mentioned. She watched the service at house in Windsor as a substitute.
The Queen first appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Thursday as she waved to hundreds of well-wishers earlier than being joined by the Duke of Kent as they took the salute throughout Trooping the Color. She then appeared half an hour later with different senior royals for the standard RAF flypast.
The monarch additionally attended the beacon lighting occasion on Thursday night time.
The Queen had a “beautiful time” throughout the celebrations on Thursday however discovered the day “very tiring”, the Duchess of Cambridge is alleged to have informed an attendee on the Guildhall reception on Friday.
Gill Smallwood from Bolton, a chief govt of a home violence charity, spoke with Kate after a service of thanksgiving on the close by St Paul’s Cathedral.
Ms Smallwood mentioned she had requested Kate how the Queen was doing and mentioned Kate replied to say the Queen “was fantastic, it was simply very tiring yesterday, and she (the Queen) had had a beautiful, beautiful time”.
The Royal Household got here along with Harry and Meghan in honour of the Queen on the particular Jubilee service of thanksgiving on Friday.
The Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge gathered for the celebration in St Paul’s Cathedral in London, the place almost 40 royals had been current.