PALACE staff will urge the Queen to “calm down” so she can erect the monument to Prince Philip in two weeks.
There were concerns for her “comfort” on the 30-mile journey from Windsor to London and at the hour-long ceremony.
Prince Charles will step in.
She would face the same journey Thanksgiving service by the Duke of Edinburgh on March 29th
A source said, “There’s no telling she’ll definitely be in attendance for the service, but there’s an element of accelerating yourself to make that happen.”
Ingrid Seward, Editor-in-Chief of Majesty Magazine said: “The point here is that their mobility is failing them.
“If she can’t move properly, she certainly doesn’t want that broadcast on TV at the abbey.”
Senior royal aides are understood to have accepted that the “weaknesses that come with longevity” are finally catching up with them.
However, sources stressed that the 95-year-old monarch was not ill and was “as committed to her duties of state as ever”.
Palace sources say the Queen will have face-to-face engagements in Windsor this week.
Prince Harry, 37, sparked anger Withdrawal from Philip’s ceremony.
But, he will be flying to the Netherlands from his home in the US next month for his Invictus Games.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17935867/queen-pace-herself-philip-memorial/ The 95-year-old Queen is being ordered by palace assistants to rein in herself to erect the memorial to Philip in two weeks