The Queen gathered along with Prince Charles and Camilla to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge back from their 1,250-mile ‘morale boosting’ tour of the UK – which brought in very finely veiled criticism from Wales and Scotland.
However regardless of celebrations happening on the doorstep of Windsor Castle, Prince Philip and the Queen’s existing house, Philip, 99, did not make a look.
The Queen, 94, was seen singing along silently as a Redemption Army band played joyful tunes, something social networks users were surprised to see Prince Philip miss.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall pose for an image at Windsor Castle, today
One Twitter user by the name of Mr Ben composed: ‘Pity not to see Prince Philip; I make certain he would have liked to have actually seen the band.’
While another user tweeted: ‘But why is Prince Philip not provide?’
Kayla Adams included: ‘Dazzling end to a wonderful trip! Unfortunate not to see Prince Philip but lovely to see our royal household back together again.’
Prince Philip retired from royal tasks in Might 2017 however is frequently seen accompanying the Queen, today he did not appear despite the distance to home.
Twitter users questioned why in spite of festivities occurring on the doorstep of the Prince Philip and the Queen’s existing home, Philip, 99, did not make an appearance
Another user questioned why on the first day of the UK’s coronavirus vaccine rollout that the Queen and Prince Philip weren’t hectic being immunised.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle on July 22, 2020
A Twitter user by the name of CoronaChronic composed: ‘Why have not the Queen and Prince Philip had the vaccine? They are in the ‘at danger’ group right?’
Buckingham Palace has actually not launched details on if or when the royals will get the vaccine, although Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab informed NBC News’ Today program that he was ‘sure plans will be made according to the phased approach’ that he set out.
He included that he was ‘not sure’ if the royals would be immunized on electronic camera.
Senior sources say both the 94-year-old King and Prince Philip, 99, will not get favoritism, but will instead ‘wait in line’ throughout the first wave of injections reserved for the over-80s and care house homeowners.
Both are expected to accept the offer of the injection on the advice of their doctors.
Public health professionals believe that if the couple go public about the jab, it could go a long method to combating misinformation spread by conspiracy theorists which, it’s feared, might lead to a substantial percentage of the population refusing the vaccine.