MILITARY-STYLE plans are being put into place by senior Buckingham Palace aides aimed toward getting the Queen to Prince Philip’s memorial service.
The frail 95-year-old monarch pulled out of the Commonwealth Day service final week amid fears for her “comfort.”
Her Majesty has reportedly suffered mobility points leaving her “on certain days” struggling to get about, in accordance with palace sources.
The Queen is set to attend for the Duke of Edinburgh’s thanksgiving and officers are exploring an unbelievable vary of choices to get her to the Abbey.
The Sun on Sunday understands senior employees will prepare to fly Her Majesty by helicopter on a 15-minute journey from Windsor Castle to Buckingham Palace.
Although the Queen was seen on her ft at face-to-face engagements at Windsor final week, her aides are usually not blissful together with her strolling round 100 yards from the Abbey entrance by the nave and choir to get to her seat.
Instead, they wish to drive her the quick distance from the Palace and seal off the whole Dean’s Yard to the west of the Abbey to allow them to park in non-public outdoors a aspect door.
Six-foot privateness screens or perhaps a football-style tunnel may very well be erected to stop photographers from capturing her as she leaves the automotive.
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