‘It’s Not as Easy’ at 95,’ Prince Charles says of Queen Elizabeth II’s recovery from a back sprain.
We’re taking it easy.
Following her absence from the annual Remembrance Day ceremony, Prince Charles revealed how his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, is feeling.
“She’s fine, thank you very much,” the 73-year-old royal told Sky News on November 17 while attending an event in Jordan.
“It’s not as easy as it used to be once you reach 95.”
“It’s bad enough at 73,” the Prince of Wales joked.
Due to a sprained back, the 95-year-old monarch had to miss the Cenotaph memorial service honoring fallen veterans on Sunday, November 14.
Buckingham Palace said in a statement at the time that the queen was “disappointed” to miss the event.
Last month, Elizabeth canceled a number of public appearances on the advice of her doctors.
She was admitted to the hospital for a short time on October 20, but was released after being monitored overnight.
She went back to work right away, much to the dismay of her family.
“They’d been pleading with her to relax for months,” a source told Us Weekly exclusively earlier this month, adding that the queen received “a huge bouquet of flowers” from Prince William’s wife, Duchess Kate.
The long-reigning royal “hates people fussing over her” and is “not a quitter,” according to the insider, but she began “handing over some of her duties” to Charles and William, 39, while she recovered.
The Duke of Cambridge is Elizabeth’s eldest son and is first in line for the throne.
When his father, Prince Philip, died in April at the age of 99, Charles inherited the title of Duke of Edinburgh from him.
Once Charles becomes king, which he has been preparing for for a long time, the honor is likely to be passed down once more.
“This is something he’s dreamed about his entire life — he sees it as his birthright,” a source told Us in November 2020, adding that “Charles will serve as king with [his wife]Duchess Camilla by his side.”
William, on the other hand, has his own plans for when he is in charge.
“While he respects protocol, he intends to modernize certain aspects and has made it his mission to do so.”
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‘It’s Not as Easy’ at 95, Prince Charles says of Queen Elizabeth II’s recovery from a back sprain.
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Prince Charles Says Queen Elizabeth II Is Doing ‘Alright’ After Back Sprain: ‘It’s Not as Easy’ at 95