Queen’s aides ‘worried’ as public may miss out on seeing monarch at Jubilee events

Ms Levin also added that aides were concerned that the monarch’s potential absence may impact crowd numbers.

She said: “It’s going to be very difficult and I think they will only show her in a few instances, maybe.

“That will be very important to her because she is a Christian.

“I don’t think we’ll see her around and about. Maybe she’ll be well enough to sit and watch horses.

“It won’t be her, everywhere. But if she is there, she will appreciate the fact the public will be wanting to be there and supporting her.

“I imagine that the aides are worried that if the public don’t see her, people may think that if she’s not there it’s not worth us going.”

The 70th anniversary of Her Majesty’s reign will be marked this June with a four-day bank holiday weekend of street parties, outdoor lunches, and a concert at Buckingham Palace.

However, concerns have been raised about the health of the 95-year-old sovereign’s health in recent months. 

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This is something that the the royal matriarch is believed to want to avoid remembering the spectacle of her sister Princess Margaret attending royal events in a wheelchair before her death in 2002.

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