On Friday, two weeks into the official state mourning period, royalties in Great Britain began to gradually return to their jobs.
Including the Queen. The new ambassadors from Ivory Coast and Latvia received a light blue dress with flowers in different colors on Tuesday – via a link to Windsor.
The pictures show how Sarah Afo Amani and Ivida Permistre met with a big smile when they showed their letters of credit to the Queen. This is the first time the Queen has appeared in public since her funeral at St. George’s Chapel ten days ago. Then she sat alone, dressed in black and said goodbye to her 73-year-old husband. In the meantime, the Queen has reached the age of 95, choosing not to appear in public on her birthday.
Moved deeply by words of comfort
Instead, she delivered a message to the people in which she and her family were in the midst of great grief, but they were comforted by all sorts of words spread about her husband.
“We are deeply moved and constantly reminded of the incredible impact that Philip has had on countless people throughout his life,” the Queen wrote.
During the mourning period, members of the royal family visit the Queen to comfort her and return to walk on Windsor Cat’s property, he writes. Glass. The first to leave was Princess Anne and the Queen’s daughter – in – law, Countess Sophie. He is also expected to visit Princess Eugenie and her newborn son soon.
On Tuesday, Prince William and Duchess Gate returned to work while visiting a farm in County Durham.
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