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Queen Elizabeth makes her first public appearance after her husband’s death in a face-to-face event at Windsor Castle

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Queen Elizabeth makes the public appearance jsut four days after her husband Prince Philip died

 

She graced an occasion in a face-to-face event at Windsor Castle.

 

Only four days after the death of her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth (94) she returned to public service.

 

The Queen held the retirement ceremony of Secretary Miyauchi at Windsor Castle and attended the first face-to-face event after the death of the prince consort.

 

 

Following the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on the 9th local time, Britain had a memorial period of eight days until the 17th. Initially, royal members would be in mourning for two weeks, but announced that royal events would continue as needed.

 

Queen Elizabeth hosted the retirement ceremony of Count Earl Peel, the chief executive officer of the royal family, on the 13th, and held the first face-to-face public service after the death of the prince.

 

This day is only the fourth day after the death of the prince consort.

 

Earl Peel oversaw the Operation Forth Bridge, which arranges the funeral of Prince Philip, a week before his death.

 

The Count, who had served for more than 14 years, retired on the 31st of last month and was taken over by Baron Parker, a former National Intelligence Service adviser to the British Intelligence Service (MI5) the next day.

 

The Count has recently been awarded a prestigious medal by the Queen and has become a permanent chamberlain.

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