Family Reunion: Queen recovers, reunited with family at Frogmore

Mar 01, 2022
The Queen regularly ventures to Frogmore Estate to walk her dogs through the gardens. Source: Getty

The Queen, 95, has finally returned to normal life after she was pictured with royal family members on Sunday at Frogmore on her Windsor Estate, despite having tested positive for a virus just over a week before.

According to the Daily Mail, Her Majesty met with a number of family members, including her granddaughter, Princess Beatrice and her newborn daughter Sienna as well as The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with their three young children.

Princess Eugenie and her husband and son were not believed to have attended the gathering, despite having recently moved into Frogmore Cottage last November.

Frogmore Cottage is a historic Grade II listed home located on Frogmore Estate in Windsor, England, and has since been home to a number of British royal family residents and Estate workers. The cottage is located just one kilometre from Windsor Castle in Windsor Home Park, forming part of the Crown Estate.

The cottage previously consisted of five separate sections lived in by Windsor Estate workers before it was renovated into a single four-bedroom and nursery home in 2019 where Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle and newborn son, Archie, resided before relocating to California in March, 2020.

As revealed by the 9Honey, the Queen is a regular visitor of the Frogmore Estate where she often takes her dogs for strolls through the Estate’s large gardens.

The meeting comes as promising news for fans as the Queen’s recent diagnosis had caused large concerns for the state of the monarch’s health and well-being, with Buckingham Palace announcing that she’d been experiencing “mild flu-like symptoms”. Just last week, the monarch had cancelled multiple virtual engagements amidst recovering from the virus as she “continued with light duties”.

The monarch’s health had already been in question after her doctors revealed last year that she was suffering from severe exhaustion and ordered her to rest. Most recently, she faced problems with a lack of mobility, finding it difficult to walk without the use of her walking stick.

The Queen’s recent reunion with family marks the first known public outing she has taken since contracting the virus, and comes as promising for the country and fans alike.

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