Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, said Her Majesty, 95, may see a readjustment in her relentless itinerary following a night in hospital for unspecified reasons. He said: “The thing about the Queen’s schedule is that it sometimes seems to be often all crammed together. “There will be a period of intense activity and then all will go quiet.”
“But I suppose it will have to be reassessed, to pace it. It used to make sense to cram all these things together.
“But when you get to 95, clearly those rules no longer apply.”
Her Majesty ended her annual summer break at Balmoral at the start of October, and has since completed at least 16 official royal engagements.
This week saw Her Majesty return home from a visit to King Edward VII Hospital in what was only the Queen’s fifth trip to hospital in four decades.
She was accompanied by her son, the Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, as she visited Cardiff to open the Senedd last week.
Mr Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: “She has been increasing her activities recently and opened the Scottish and Welsh Parliaments, as she is so important as a symbol of national unity.”
During the opening of the Welsh Parliament, however, Her Majesty was pictured using a walking aid once again, following her use of a walking stick for the first time in decades at an engagement in central London.
She attended a service for the centenary of the Royal…