Queen Elizabeth isn’t coming back to Buckingham Palace following her mid-year remain at Balmoral Castle.
Per People, the ruler isn’t required to come back to her London residence for years to come because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with social distancing rules still set up within most workplaces. Or maybe, the queen will go to Windsor Castle, where she and her husband, Prince Philip, had been shielding set up since mid-March.
As indicated by The Sunday Times, this is the longest timeframe the queen has spent away from her principle London home during her 68-year-long rule.
“There is a desire to get Buckingham Palace up and running again as a working palace,” a royal source told the outlet, “but only if all the relevant advice suggests that it is appropriate to do so.”
On the off chance that there are any pressing London-based events that ought to require the queen’s participation, she’s relied upon to make the 30-mile drive into the city. Regal authorities are likewise reconsidering how the queen and different individuals from the royal family can securely join in and honor the annual Remembrance Day events to occur in central London this November.
Prince William and Duchess Catherine are relied upon to come back to London in the next few weeks, nonetheless, after their months-long remain at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk.