Queen uses walking stick ‘for comfort’ as she attends Westminster Abbey service
Telegraph, 12 Oct 2021
The Queen walked with the aid of a stick as she visited Westminster Abbey to celebrate the centenary of the Royal British Legion.
Her Majesty, who was joined by her daughter Princess Anne, looked radiant on Tuesday in her first full public church service since the Covid lockdowns. She used a walking stick as she stepped from her car to the Abbey in the sunshine.
It is understood the stick was used for comfort rather than a specific medical reason as the Queen continues her working life in public at the age of 95. The monarch held the stick but did not appear to lean on it heavily.
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