Due to ongoing ‘episodic mobility problems’ as the Palace describes it, the Queen attends a handful of events and meetings. In her recent meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Queen has made a few changes.
The Queen’s new haircut
The Queen met with the Archbishop of Canterbury on Tuesday, June 21. Many noticed that the Monarch had a change in style.
Indeed the Queen’s hair has changed since we saw her at the Order of the Garter service earlier this month. Her hair seems shorter now as she’s had the sides and back trimmed.
The Queen received the Canterbury Cross, a special honour for her ‘unstinting service’ to the Church of England as reported by Hello Magazine.
The Queen wasn’t using a walking aid
As many royal fans know, the Queen, 96, has been suffering from mobility issues, which is to be expected considering her advanced age. For many of the events and meetings she attended, she was often seen using a walking stick.
This time, to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury, she was seen smiling and walking unaided.