Why Has the Queen Cut Her Summer Holiday Short?

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‘Why Has the Queen Cut Her Summer Holiday Short?’

The Queen will return to London early, cutting her annual Scottish holiday short, to meet the new British prime minister.

The 96-year-old monarch’s Balmoral retreat usually lasts until early October. But, with the new Conservative leader set to be announced on the fifth of September, she will return to the capital early to welcome them to the role.

Fears about the Queen’s health have been circulating again, as she was due to attend a traditional guard inspection ceremony at the Aberdeenshire castle. But the event has been swiftly cancelled and replaced with a small, private affair.

It’s the first time in decades, apart from during the pandemic, that she will not greet well-wishers at the gates.

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