The 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II was shown using a walking stick to celebrate the centenary of the British Royal Legion in Westminster Abbey, and the Queen, patron of the Armed Forces Charity, accompanied her daughter Princess Anne as she got out of her car in London, according to the newspaper’s website. Britain’s Daily Mail.
Queen Elizabeth II
The newspaper pointed out that it is rare for the Queen to use a walking stick, but she was previously photographed using one on a few occasions that occurred in 2003 and 2004, and that was after she underwent knee surgery.
Another picture of Elizabeth II after the operation
The Queen also used a wooden wand while visiting Sandringham Chapel, and used another adjustable wand when she unveiled a set of bronze gates on Sandringham Estate, and used them as a means of gestures during the event.
The Queen during the visit
Today, it is said that she used the cane in her most recent appearance to feel comfortable for the first time without providing a specific medical reason for her use of the stick, and it is likely that the reason for using a stick while walking is the entrance to the monastery because it is paved with gravel and uneven.
Another picture of Queen Elizabeth
The Queen received the wand after getting out of her government limousine, and it appeared to move freely as she walked to her seat and used it again when she left.
The queen did not arrive from the gateGreat West“Traditional, but through the entrance”Poet’s Yard‘, which is a shorter way to reach her seat, and the entrance is said to have been inaugurated for her convenience, but Buckingham Palace He declined to comment on this point.
Another picture of the queen
Experts told the newspaper,MailOnlineThe Queen was using more of a telescopic walking stick with trigger grip and wrist loop, rather than a traditional walking stick, and that it was more of an outdoor sports stick.
Although the Queen does not appear to be completely dependent on her walking stick, this cane makes her feel comfortable while walking.