Because people are worried about Queen Elizabeth’s health, they are giving her less work to do. According to a report in the Sunday Telegraph, Buckingham Palace has made it official that the monarch’s job as head of state will have fewer duties in order to reduce her workload. It has been said that this is the first time in ten years that the Queen’s role has been changed in any official way.
The Sunday Telegraph said that the 13 bulleted points that had been used to describe Queen Elizabeth’s position before were changed in the monarchy’s annual report. The monarchy made this change because they wanted to tell people more about Queen Elizabeth’s position. On the list, it used to say that she “must do” certain things, but those have also been crossed off. The monarch, who is 96 years old, has recently cut back on how often she goes out in public. This means that her responsibilities have changed.
Queen Elizabeth recently celebrated her platinum jubilee, which was a four-day event. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who had just moved to the UK, were there, as were other senior members of the royal family. Elizabeth decided to watch the Trooping the Colour from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the celebrations. After that, she decided not to take part in any of the other activities because she was “uncomfortable.”
Due to her health problems, the Queen decided not to go to the Thanksgiving ceremony at St. Paul’s Cathedral. A source told US Weekly in March the following about the Queen: “The Queen’s loved ones and trusted advisors have told her to take it easy on herself, even if it means missing more events than she would like to miss.” [Needs citation] The Queen and Prince Charles just got back from a trip to Scotland, where they spent their annual Holyrood week.