THE Queen cannot walk with her beloved corgis due to her frailty.
She was unable to perform them at Windsor Castle for six months and it is feared she will never do so again.
It comes amid growing concerns for the 95-year-old’s health pulled out of tomorrow’s Commonwealth Day service.
Palace staff feared how “conveniently” she would travel from Windsor to London and then spend up to an hour at the event.
But she hasn’t taken her for a walk since spending a night in the hospital last October.
Days later she sprained her back and last month caught Covid.
Helpers now take their two corgis and dorgi on walks every day.
A source said: “She’s not doing well enough.
“The Queen usually turns to her beloved corgis in times of crisis and stress and took them out almost every day after Philip fell ill and died last year.
“You’re a tremendous source of comfort, so it’s a real shame.”
She has also stopped riding horses after suffering an adverse health condition last year and followed her doctor’s advice to avoid alcohol.
A senior royal source said: “Dogs remain an integral part of life in Windsor.”
Buckingham Palace declined to comment.
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