Queen Elizabeth pulls out of WI meeting due to cold

The Queen has pulled out of her annual visit to the Sandringham Women’s Institute meeting as she has a cold and is “not feeling up to it”.

The 93-year-old royal pulled out of her annual meeting with the Sandringham branch of the community-based organisation for women at West Newton Village Hall in Norfolk, East Anglia, England, just 30 minutes before it was due to start because she wasn’t “feeling up to it”.

A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace told the MailOnline that Her Majesty “has a slight cold”, while an insider added that her illness was “no cause for alarm.”
The monarch usually joins the Women’s Institute ladies for tea and cake before she listens to a speech which, this year, was made by BBC newsreader Huw Edwards.
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