Queen tours Chelsea Flower Show in electric buggy amid mobility concearns

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Queen tours Chelsea Flower Show in electric buggy amid mobility concearns” – below is their description.

In the latest of the monarch’s public appearances, the Queen has made visited the Chelsea Flower Show in a buggy.

On Monday, the 96-year-old monarch arrived at the annual flower show in London and toured the exhibit a day before it is set to open to the public while sitting in the backseat of a white buggy.

In a statement referring to the monarch’s transportation, Buckingham Palace said the royal’s attendance at the annual flower show came after “adjustments [had] been made for the Queen’s comfort”.

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