Queen will attend Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday
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Buckingham Palace has confirmed the Queen will indeed be attending the Cenotaph service on Remembrance Sunday after a spell of bad health. BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty interviewed expert Roya Nikkhah about the news, and wrongly assumed the monarch would be laying down a wreath during the ceremony.
Roya quickly corrected the BBC presenter when she asked whether the Queen would need assistance laying down a wreath on Sunday.
The royal expert said: “Well, she no longer lays a wreath.
Naga’s guest clarified the Prince of Wales, the Queen’s son Prince Charles, had been laying the wreath on her behalf for some time.
“The Prince of Wales has been laying a wreath on her behalf for several years.
“She will watch from the balcony, and Prince Charles will lay a wreath on her behalf.”
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