The Queen is expected to be absent from Buckingham Palace on October 28th, with no official engagements scheduled.
It has been announced that the Queen will not be attending a Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph on November 11th. This is due to an ongoing health condition, although it is not known whether this is related to her recent hospital visit. It has also been announced that the Queen will not be attending a service at St Paul’s Cathedral on November 13th, which is also a Remembrance Sunday event. This is also due to ill health and it remains unclear whether she will be well enough to attend any other events in the coming weeks.
It was announced today that The Queen would not be attending two major Remembrance Sunday events. These are both services at St Paul’s Cathedral and the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London. The Queen’s absence from these two events means that they will take place without any members of the Royal Family present.