Queen's period of rest is 'working for her' says expert
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The Queen seemed to have regained her “strength” back after she was spotted at the joint christening of her great-grandsons August Brooksbank and Lucas Tindall at All Saints Chapel, Windsor. Royal expert Rob Jobson claimed that the Her Majesty’s resting period seems to have been working “well” for her as she attended the event after she was advised to rest for sometime.
Mr Jobson told Sunrise: “She hasn’t really left Windsor for sometime now, it’s only a short drive down the road to the Chapel.
“I am sure she has capabilities to do that, she should be sitting down during the service so I think she is clearly been under the not that well at the last month or so over the fact that she has attended the event and is paced very well through.
“It seems to be working for her, yeah, and I don’t think she is actually ill, she is just been told to not be too strenuous to what she is doing to be long awareness.”
She was a proud great-grandmother as she could be seen visibly “healthy” and “happy” at the ceremony wearing a vibrant lime outfit.
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August Brooksbank and Lucas Tindall are the sons the Queen’s granddaughters, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall, and their respective husbands Jack Brooksbank and Mike.
Mr Jobson also suggested the ceremony could have been triple christening instead of joint occasion as Prince Harry and Meghan’s daughter Lilibet is yet to be baptised.
The private occasion was also attended by Prince Andrew and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The children are believed to have been christened with the holy water picked up by Prince Charles and Camila during last week’s trip to Jordan and Egypt.
Princess Eugenie was pictured arriving at the venue just before 4pm for the christening, which was held later that evening.
The service was conducted by Canon Martin Poll, chaplain to Great Windsor Park.
It took place in the private Grade-II listed church, Royal Chapel of All Saints, which is attached to the Royal Lodge house.
The venue is no doubt very close to Princess Eugenie’s heart, as she was born and raised in Windsor.
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The double christening was a royal first, as traditionally royal babies are baptised in separate ceremonies.
Her Majesty managed to attend the event even though she canceled several events last month due to a recent health scare.
She was admitted to the hospital for a night and was advised to rest for two weeks by her doctors.
As much as for the Queen’s disappointment, she also could not attend the Cenotaph ceremony at the Remembrance Day because of her back-sprain.
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