Queen Elizabeth walks on a stick – also honored with a walker – royals

Queen Elizabeth walks on a stick - also honored with a walker - royals

Rani (95) walks on a stick.

For the first time, the British Queen used a walker in public without any serious medical reason.

With her daughter Anne (71), she came for a service at Westminster Abbey in London.


First the queen got out of the car without a stickPhoto: Picture Alliance/Ampix


The Queen was given a walker only after leaving the limo

Rani was given a walker only after she left the limo. Princess Anne is waiting in the backgroundPhoto: Arthur Edwards The Sun/dpa

But even with a walker, Elizabeth II walked down the rows to her seat with a respectful smile.

On the way, he also used sticks. Mahal did not want to comment on that.

In 2003 and 2004, the Queen used a cane after a knee operation. Since then she has always gone without.

The Queen was operated upon at the King Edward VII Clinic in the heart of London. This is the private clinic in England – and the royal hospital.

The queen is the protector, her mother Queen Maa († 101) having a fish bone removed from her throat in 1982.

Elizabeth’s daughter-in-law, Duchess Kate (39), gave birth to their children there.

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