Her Majesty will stay at Windsor castle indefinitely, with her autumn royal engagements on hold.
The Queen's historic speech amid the coronavirus pandemic has prompted an outpouring of praise for the monarch.
The televised message will be a rare event, with the head of state only making three previous appearances during troubled times.
Buckingham Palace has said the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge had instructed their aides to work “at pace”, with an outcome expected in “days, not weeks”.
'I am genuinely amazed at how easily, and fast, the queen walks at the age of 93 – whilst wearing a tiara and with a big robe on!'
Another day, another question for royal fans to mull over: where will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spend their honeymoon?After falling in love beneath the stars in Botswana, the pair may well return as newlyweds. While many speculate that the couple could head over to the Philippines, as it was listed as one of the former actress’s dream destinations on her now-deleted blog, The Tig.Or perhaps the soon-to-be Duke and Duchess of Sussex will seek inspiration from Harry’s family roots?With details still up in the air, we take a look back at where British royals spent their post-nuptial days.From Prince Charles and Princess Diana‘s now-famous photocall in Balmoral to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s tropical getaway, this where the royal family has honeymooned in years gone by.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: From afternoon tea to rooftop screenings: Where to celebrate the royal wedding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: The date, details and all the latest newsFrom Charles and Diana to Harry and Meghan: A brief history of royal engagements
From signing autographs to exercising her right to vote, Meghan Markle must recite the royal rule book before marrying Prince Harry on May 19.
A BBC documentary will reveal how gemstones from the crown jewels were hidden in a biscuit tin at Windsor Castle during the Second World War.
Despite being one of the wealthiest women in the world, Queen Elizabeth II reportedly never carries money when she’s out and about.
When meeting Her Majesty, there are certain things you shouldn't do in order to avoid looking rude or offending herFrom Harpers Bazaar UK