MILITARY-STYLE plans are being implemented by senior Buckingham Palace aides to bring the Queen to Prince Philip’s memorial service.
The frail 95-year-old monarchwithdrew from the Commonwealth Day service last week over fears for her “comfort”.
Her Majesty has reportedly suffered from mobility issues, which palace sources said she had difficulty getting around “on certain days”.
The Queen is determined to take part in theThanksgiving of the Duke of Edinburghand officials are exploring an incredible range of ways to get them into the Abbey.
The Sun on Sunday understands senior officials will arrange to fly Her Majesty by helicopter on a 15-minute journey from Windsor Castle toBuckingham Palace.
Although the Queen was spotted on her feet during personal engagements in Windsor last week, her aides are not happy that she walks about 100 meters from the Abbey’s entrance through the nave and chancel to get to her seat.
Instead they want to drive them the short distance from the palace and cordon off the entire Dean’s Yard west of the abbey so they can park privately outside a side entrance.
A two meter high privacy screen or even a football style tunnel could be erected to prevent photographers from catching them exiting the car.
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