Prince Charles breaks silence on Queen’s health after missing cenotaph on Remembrance Day – .

Prince Charles breaks silence on Queen’s health after missing cenotaph on Remembrance Day – .

The Prince of Wales has spoken publicly about the Queen’s health during her tour of Jordan, saying “she is fine”.
When a Sky News reporter asked the Prince, who celebrated his 73rd birthday on Sunday, how his mother was doing and to send her best wishes after the Queen’s recent poor health, Charles replied: “She is fine, thank you. a lot.

“Once you get to 95, it’s not as easy as it used to be. It’s bad enough at 73. ”

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It comes after the Queen was photographed and filmed for the first time since the cenotaph’s Remembrance Sunday event was dropped today.

In publicly released footage, General Sir Nick, who is stepping down from his role, is seen entering the room to be greeted first by the elderly dorgi Candy curious about the Queen.

He looks down to look at Candy, who nervously pulls back as General Sir Nick begins to come forward to meet the monarch.

General Sir Nick then spoke about his tenure as military leader, telling the monarch he had been in office for eight years.

The Queen said he was “rather sad” that he was leaving and replied: “It’s a long time. “

General Sir Nick spoke of the late uncle of the Duke of Edinburgh saying: ‘It has been a long time. In fact, the only person who’s been around longer, I’m told, is Lord Mountbatten… so I’m quite surprised by all of this. “

The queen chuckled and replied, “Oh really? Oh ? “

She added, “I guess if you get into this job, you know it’s easier to keep going, isn’t it really? “

General Sir Nick replied: “I think it is true. Although I have to say I think the time is coming when he’s ready to move on. “

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