Elizabeth II appears to be on the mend and feeling much better. According to the Daily Mail, the queen traveled to her Frogmore estate this past weekend to meet with her family members.
On this warm day at the end of winter, Her Majesty was visited by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children, as well as Princess Beatrice and her young daughter, Sienna.
According to sources, Princess Eugenie was not at her estate that day. She and her husband Jack Brooks bank and son Augustus may not yet have returned from the United States. The royal family was first reunited after Elizabeth II was diagnosed with COVID-19. According to insider information, the queen often visits Frogmore if she is feeling well.
Recall that last week, Elizabeth II was forced to cancel a number of online events while in isolation. Sources claimed, however, that there was little cause for concern. The queen did not want to go on the air because of her voice, which was hoarse due to illness.
Kate Middleton and Prince William went to meet Her Majesty the day after the Mail reported that the couple were preparing to move and were already eyeing a new school for their children. Cambridge has reportedly decided to move their eldest son, Prince George, to Berkshire Preparatory School, near Windsor Castle.