The Queen is all of a sudden receiving regular visits from Prince Charles as concern for her mobility issues persist.
Her Majesty has been spending the summer in her usual fashion at Balmoral Castle, Scotland but unlike in previous years, her eldest son can often be seen checking in on her.
The worrying uptake of Charles' increased visits comes after news that the monarch has been advised not interrupt her Aberdeenshire stay with a 1,000 mile round trip to London to usher in the next Prime Minister.
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The news has sparked fresh health fears about the monarch, 96, and she has already skipped a string of events this year due to health issues.
Without her late husband of 70 years, Prince Philip by her side, the Queen appears to now be relying on visits from Charles who would previously struggle to find the time, a royal expert says.
Majesty Magazine writer Ingrid Seward said: “It’s highly unusual for Prince Charles to make these kinds of impromptu visits to see his mother.
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“But Charles is a very thoughtful person — and who else can she rely on now Prince Philip has gone?
“Everyone thinks they normally see each other all the time, but they don’t.
“They often blame it on the geography because everyone is scattered all around the country.”
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