It was a tough few months for Queen Elizabeth II. The abuse scandal surrounding her son Prince Andrew weighed heavily on the British monarchy, and her grandson Prince Harry’s broken relationship with the British royal family also made headlines and grief. In addition, the monarch was already struggling with health problems in 2021 and fell ill with Corona in February 2022. But now there is finally good news from the 95-year-old. Because after she has recovered from Corona, she can spend time with her loved ones again, as “dailymail.co.uk” reports.
British Royals: The family reunites on Frogmore
During the last weekend of February, the Queen saw Prince William, Duchess Kate (née Middleton) and Princess Beatrice with their baby Sienna at Frogmore. Of course, the children of the Cambridges were also there, and the reunion with her great-grandchildren Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis was certainly a very special moment for the monarch – because who wouldn’t want to have these cute little rascals around!
Well rested: Queen Elizabeth II visits Frogmore
Frogmore is a place the Queen likes to visit, and she gets in her car to do it herself – and then takes her dogs for a walk. Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank currently live in Frogmore Cottage with their son August – but the family is said not to have been there when the Queen visited.
It is said that the Queen has recovered well from her corona infection. After the turbulent months, good news from the Windsor family, especially since there are apparently some upheavals within the family due to the events surrounding Prince Andrew. Only the royal’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, is said to be fighting for cohesion, while the rest of the family has distanced itself from Prince Andrew. A clear sign of the British royal family was initially that the 62-year-old was stripped of all royal patronage and military titles – the Queen’s son is said to have spent his 62nd birthday very lonely, only his ex-wife “Fergie” was with him.
A source told Britain’s Mail on Sunday: “Fergie works behind the scenes to keep things calm and peaceful in her family.” Above all, it is important to her that her daughters Eugenie and Beatrice can be happy again, who are said to be suffering greatly from the situation.
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