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Due To Health Problems The Queen will stay in Balmoral to Appoint a New Prime Minister

In a historic first, the Queen will appoint the new British prime minister in a different location due to mobility issues of the 96-year-old.

Queen Elizabeth II

Secret plans have been drawn up for the Queen to appoint a new prime minister at Balmoral instead of Buckingham Palace for a historic first time. The 96-year-old monarch is suffering from her mobility and has been advised to stay for the September 6 ceremony, In which Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will become Britain’s next leader, The Sun reports.

Leader in place of Tory voter Boris Johnson

The new prime minister will travel 1600km to see the Queen at Balmoral for a historic ceremony to seal the transition to power. His leave in residence is not expected to be interrupted. Relocation plans are now underway after a winner was decided for the lead between the two contenders Mr. Sunak and Ms. Truss on 5 September.

As part of the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

This will be the first time in living memory that the so-called kiss of hands takes place outside London or Windsor. The current advice issued to the Queen is understood to be based on concerns of her comfort. A final decision on whether she will remain in Scotland or not The announcement will be made publicly next week. Just weeks after he failed to show up at a large number of shows as part of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the news has sparked fresh health concerns about the monarch.

A source said

“The Queen has now been advised not to travel. But apparently no one tells the Queen what to do and it is ultimately her decision, and as we saw when she took the third place on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at Jubilee Appeared, he likes surprises.

The journey of 1000 miles [1600 km] to the queen

Prince Charles can do it on her behalf but the Queen is adamant that she appoint a prime minister.” It may not be the best option for the Queen to travel 1000 miles [1600 km] and for a 48 hour journey. Go back to Balmoral, when the Prime Minister can easily reach Balmoral instead.”

A Buckingham Palace Tradition

When the Queen arrived in Scotland last month for her annual 10-week holiday, she was expected to travel south when the prime minister was appointed. Sources say Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle for either monarch It is incredibly rare not to appoint a new prime minister in the U.S. The Queen kissed with her first prime minister, Winston Churchill, at Heathrow in 1952, when she returned from Africa following the death of her father, King George VI.

Since then every other PM has visited Buckingham Palace.

But after the abrupt resignation of the ailing Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman in 1908, the ceremony was held in France. His replacement, Herbert Asquith, was forced to travel to Biarritz, where King Edward VII – the Queen’s great-grandfather – was on leave at the time. Asquith was appointed after the audience in a private room in a hotel and is the only PM to have assumed office on foreign soil.

summer in scotland

The Queen suffered “episodic mobility problems” for almost a year and spent a night in hospital last October. She arrived in Scotland on 22 July and was seen descending the stairs of her plane after landing at Aberdeen airport .

Prince Andrew first family to come north of the border

A public ceremony to welcome the Queen at Balmoral was held behind closed doors amid concerns over her comfort. Members of her family have stayed with her in the 20,000-hectare estate this summer. Prince Andrew is believed to have been He was the first family member to arrive north of the border and was locked in “intense talks” with his mother after being exiled from her royal roles in January, when the Virginia Giuffre sexual abuse case made global headlines.

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