Queen Elizabeth II appears in her first public act without a mask


The Queen isabel II, who since last March was confined to her royal residence, attended yesterday her first public act, where, the Monarch surprised many by not wearing a mask amid the pandemic.

Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, accompanied by her grandson Prince William, visited the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory at Porton Down, near Salisbury, to meet with scientists who worked after the 2018 Novichok attack and are supporting the Kingdom's response. Linked to the coronavirus outbreak.

It was when while meeting with experts at the facility that the Monarch referred to the pandemic as a truly horrible event.

Sources close to the Royal Family revealed to the media that during their visit a strict distance was maintained, each one arriving separately by helicopter and car.

In addition, the 48 people who would be in close contact with the Reina and the Prince were tested for the virus at Dstl, and although the testing process is not foolproof yet, they all came back negative on it.

However, the action of Isabel II it was really cr1ticada, as the UK Government has encouraged the use of face masks in absolutely all places, including those that are outdoors, noting that those who do not comply with the guidelines can receive certain fines.

For her part, journalist Robert Jobson revealed to Mail Online that Queen Elizabeth II decided not to wear a mask to try to send a message of calm and hope to all people.

The Queen made sure she had a safe area where there would be no danger to herself or anyone else. She tried to send a confident message to people to get back to work, to go about their business regularly, but without taking risks, "Jobson said.

As you may recall, last March, His Majesty left Buckingham Palace to isolate himself at Windsor Castle along with her 99-year-old husband, Prince Philip, and since then she has only carried out two engagements. real.

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In days past the Reina She caused a stir after having moved several times between her properties alone and without the footsteps of Prince Felipe to accompany her.

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In fact, it was last Thursday, October 8, when it was announced that Queen Elizabeth had moved without her husband, who still remains in Sandringham, since at 99 years of age and his fragile state of health prevents constantly moving and following him steps to his wife.

It should be remembered that the Duke put an end to all his royal duties since August 3, 2017, so since then, he has spent much of his time on the property located in Norfolk.

Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom She is the current sovereign of sixteen independent states constituted as a kingdom and that are also part of the Commonwealth of Nations: United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Santa Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua and Barbuda, and Saint Kitts and Nevis.

She is the main political figure of the fifty-four member countries of the Commonwealth of Nations and in her specific role as monarch of the United Kingdom she is also the supreme governor of the Church of England.

As if that weren't enough, its political role spans large areas, has significant constitutional functions, and acts as the focus of British national unity and as the representative of its nation to the world.

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