Queen Elizabeth returned to royal service after the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip, who lasted for 73 years. On Tuesday, the Queen made her official debut after Philip’s funeral on April 17th. the Queen Held virtual audiences from Windsor CastleWhere he stayed for most of the past year in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Queen was seen smiling on the screen as she welcomed Evita Burmeister, Ambassador of the Republic of Latvia Sara Affoue AmaniAmbassador of the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire, who practically met the monarch at Buckingham Palace.
Queen Elizabeth published a message on her 95th birthday last week saying that she and her family were “very touched” by the tribute honored to Prince Philip in the days following his death on April 9th. “While we are in a period of great mourning as a family, we all have been comforted to see and hear the appreciation of my husband from those in the UK, the Commonwealth and around the world.”, He said.
“I want my family and I to thank you all for the support and kindness you have shown us. In the last days. We are so touched and we still remember that Philip had an extraordinary influence on countless people throughout his life. Today, on the occasion of my 95th birthday, I received many letters of good wishes, which I greatly appreciate ”, sum.
Watch pictures of Queen Elizabeth in her virtual audience here: