Royal expert Roya Nikkah said the monarch, 95, will stay at Windsor Castle for the foreseeable future. However Ms Nikkah added that there is likely to be “a lot more activity” with Her Majesty back at Buckingham Palace for her Platinum Jubilee.
The royal editor told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat: “I think the plan is for her to stay at Windsor for the foreseeable.
“I suspect we may well see a lot more activity with her back at Buckingham Palace as we approach the Platinum Jubilee next year.
“That said she is doing engagements at Buckingham Palace from October onwards.
“So I think we’ll see her having some audiences there as she can easily go up for the day for a few hours.
Royal fans can look forward to ‘a lot more activity’ at Buckingham Palace, expert says
The Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee next year
“I think she will resume residence again at Buckingham Palace in order to justify the £369,000,000 publicly-funded refurb.
“To never have our monarch live again there a lot of people would go ‘well what’s the point’.”
The Queen has spent much of the Covid pandemic at Windsor.
The monarch moved from her London residence to Berkshire in March 2020 ahead of the first lockdown.
The Queen has spent much of the Covid pandemic at Windsor Castle
She is currently spending her annual summer holiday at Balmoral.
Next year, the Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee.
On February 6, 2022, she will have reigned as monarch for 70 years – the first time a British sovereign has reached the milestone.
The Queen is currently spending her annual summer holiday at Balmoral
A special four-day Bank Holiday weekend will take place from Thursday June 2 to Sunday June 5 2022.
Events will include a live concert at Buckingham Palace, a Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral and a Platinum Jubilee Pageant.
Trooping the Colour will also go ahead in full for the first time since the start of the pandemic
This year has been difficult for Her Majesty with the death of her beloved husband Prince Philip.
The Duke of Edinburgh died in April just two months before his centenary.
There has also been the fallout from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah Winfrey interview in March.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK