(CNN) —Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain will not attend the opening of the DPR This Tuesday due to mobility issues, Buckingham Palace said in a statement on Monday.
“The queen continues to have episodic mobility problems and, after consulting his doctor, reluctantly decided that he would not attend the State Opening of Parliament tomorrow.
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“At Your Majesty’s request, and with the approval of the relevant authorities, The Prince of Wales will read the Queen’s speech on behalf of His Majestywith the presence of the Duke of Cambridge,” added the Palace.
The Queen’s Speech, written by the Government, is an important event in the royal and political calendar.
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Speech is one of the most important symbolic duties of the king and be the centerpiece of the opening ceremony of parliament.
It is also used to present the government’s legislative agenda and lawmakers fiercely debated its contents for days afterward.
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