Agencies – Youth
Yesterday, Saturday, Queen Elizabeth II appeared for the first time in public space, covering her face with a black mask, out of respect for the preventive measures to combat the outbreak of the Corona epidemic.
By wearing the mask, the Queen took into account the criticism that she raised when she was seen without a mask last October, while she was visiting the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory in Porton Down with the Duke of Cambridge.
The Queen went out on Saturday to mark the centenary of the burial of the “Unknown Soldier” and placed a bouquet of flowers on his tomb in Westminster Abbey in London. And “the unknown soldier is the remains of an unidentified fighter during World War I who died for the United Kingdom, and his remains were brought in on November 7, 1920 from France and buried in Westminster Abbey in London, according to the British Independent.”