Queen Elizabeth II has left her residence in Balmoral to settle down at her residence in Sandringham, County Norfolk.

The coronavirus has turned their plans upside down: this summer, the queen elizabeth ii and the prince philip no longer make public appearances due to the risks associated with the global pandemic. But out of the question for the royal couple to derogate from the rule of the traditional stay in their residence of Balmoral, in the Scottish region of Aberdeenshire. Her favorite vacation spot! And the Queen and her husband have left the scene to settle in their other, English residence at Sandringham. “The Queen left Balmoral to settle in her residence in Sandringham for the next few weeks with her husband the Duke of Edinburgh”, reports the reporter for the Daily Mail, Rebecca English, which follows the British royal family.

Another upheaval for the queen: Elizabeth ii should see her title of Queen of Barbados withdrawn in November 2021, ensures Rebecca English. “This is a subject which concerns the Government and the people of Barbados,” Buckingam Palace reportedly announced. Due to the continuing raging coronavirus pandemic, There is no question of making the 94-year-old sovereign take the slightest risk, as well as her husband, who is 99 years old. Thus, as reported byExpressRoyalty expert Roya Nikkhah explained that social distancing measures will prevent visitors from setting up camp at Balmoral and that alternative arrangements will need to be made to ensure the safety of the Queen and Prince.

What to breathe after an intense year, with the Megxit and the Covid-19 pandemic which made the headlines!

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Queen Elisabeth II of England and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh arrive at Balmoral Castle for a few days of vacation on August 8, 2020.

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Queen Elisabeth II of England leaving the Commonwealth ceremony in Westminster Abbey in London. March 9, 2020

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Queen Elisabeth II of England visits MI5 premises at Thames House in London on February 25, 2020

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Queen Elizabeth II of England takes a train from King’s Lynn station in Norfolk back to London on February 11, 2020. Passengers on this train were not told Her Majesty would be traveling with them.

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Queen Elisabeth II of England inaugurates the new Wolferton Pumping Station at Sandringham on February 5, 2020. Her father, King George V opened the original station on February 2, 1948.