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Queen Elizabeth to mark 95th birthday with staff ‘bubble’ and won’t release new portrait

Queen Elizabeth to mark 95th birthday with staff 'bubble' and won't release new portrait

Queen Elizabeth to mark 95th birthday with staff ‘bubble’ and won’t release new portrait

There are no extraordinary festivals made arrangements for the Queen’s 95th birthday celebration, as she keeps on grieving the loss of her husband, Prince Philip.

Queen Elizabeth to mark 95th birthday with staff 'bubble' and won't release new portrait

On Wednesday, the mourning monarch will go through her birthday with the little coterie of staff that make up her Windsor bubble, and she is also anticipating visits from a couple of her relatives.

Plans to mark the day by releasing another portrait have been put aside as she keeps on grieving the demise of her husband.

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On her first birthday celebration without Philip in seven decades, she is required to go to the Frogmore estate in Windsor to walk her corgi puppies, Fergus and Muick, as indicated by sources close to the family.

The Royals have agreed a Rota to visit the mourning monarch and will take turns to visit her for strolls in Windsor.

 

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