Queen of fitness! Queen ‘in training’ to ‘sustain her energy’ for string of Jubilee events | Royal | News

The Queen will be faced with four days of intense engagements as she marks her Platinum Jubilee on the throne with a string of celebrations in London in June. Her Majesty last year was advised to slow down and she had reduced the number of public appearances she carried out since. But commentator Stewart Pearce suggested the Queen is now “in training” to ensure she is able to take on the full brunt of the events she will be attending.

Speaking to Royally Us, Mr Pearce said: “She’s in training at the moment.

“It’s 10 years ago that the Diamond Jubilee took place so she’s in training.

“I understand she’s using the grand staircase at Sandringham House, walking up and down at least three or four times a day.

“She’s using it as a training ground to discover longevity of energy, and how she can accommodate her breath and so on and so forth.”

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The Queen stayed at Sandringham up until this week to resume her annual tradition of marking her own Accession Day at the Norfolk residence.

Ahead of the pandemic, Her Majesty would normally spend her time at Sandringham until February 6, the day of her father’s death, before returning to London.

Mr Pearce continued: “She’s aware of the fact she will need to find a way of sustaining her energy.”

He added: “I understand post-Covid that Trooping the Colour, which is her official birthday at the beginning of June, is also going to be attended for the first time in two years. That’s excellent.”

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During the event, Her Majesty was pictured clutching a light walking stick.

The Queen was first spotted using a walking stick as she arrived at Westminster Abbey in October to attend a service.

A royal source said the Queen opted to use the stick for comfort rather than any specific medical reasons.

She was then pictured using the stick again as she visited Cardiff to open the latest section of the Senedd.






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