The Queen WILL attend the annual Remembrance Day Service

The Queen will attend the annual Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph on Sunday after Prince Charles insisted today that his mother was ‘all right’.

As the heir to the throne was mobbed by excited well-wishers outside a NatWest bank branch in South London, the Queen continues to rest at Windsor Castle.

The 72-year-old Prince of Wales was given a very warm welcome by people gathered on a street in Brixton, and a man asked him: ‘Prince Charles, how is your mother?’ Charles replied: ‘She’s, she’s all right thank you.’ 

Despite earlier health concerns, the Palace has confirmed the Queen will attend the annual Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph on Sunday, November 14. Her Majesty will view the Service from the balcony of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office building.

Mindful of her doctors’ recent advice, The Queen will not attend the General Synod Service and Opening Session on Tuesday, November 16. Instead, The Earl of Wessex will be there to represent the Royals. 

Prince Charles was in Brixton this morning to meet The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs, and wore a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit adorned with a red poppy on his lapel as a symbol of remembrance. 

It comes as Clarence House confirmed that Charles and his wife Camilla will lead members of the Royal Family at the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday night – but the Queen will not attend.

Other royals attending are Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra.

On Tuesday, the Queen returned to Windsor Castle following a weekend away at her Sandringham country estate, giving fresh hope that her health has improved.

The 95-year-old monarch, who has cancelled all public engagements on the advice of doctors after being hospitalised last month, flew by helicopter back to Windsor after travelling to Norfolk on Thursday last week. 

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with well-wishers after meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with well-wishers after meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with well-wishers after meeting The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

The Prince shakes hands with well-wishers as he departs after meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

The Prince shakes hands with well-wishers as he departs after meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

The Prince shakes hands with well-wishers as he departs after meeting The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

Prince Charles shakes hands with a well-wisher outside a NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with a well-wisher outside a NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with a well-wisher outside a NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

The Prince Of Wales laughs with well-wishers after he departs meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

The Prince Of Wales laughs with well-wishers after he departs meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

The Prince Of Wales laughs with well-wishers after he departs meeting The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves after meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves after meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves after meeting The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs today

The 72-year-old Prince of Wales is given a very warm welcome by people gathered on a street in Brixton this morning

The 72-year-old Prince of Wales is given a very warm welcome by people gathered on a street in Brixton this morning

The 72-year-old Prince of Wales is given a very warm welcome by people gathered on a street in Brixton this morning

Charles wears a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit with a red poppy on his lapel as a symbol of remembrance today

Charles wears a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit with a red poppy on his lapel as a symbol of remembrance today

Charles wears a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit with a red poppy on his lapel as a symbol of remembrance today

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles shakes hands with well-wishers as he leaves the NatWest bank branch in Brixton, South London, this morning

Prince Charles smiles with well-wishers after he departs meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

Prince Charles smiles with well-wishers after he departs meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

Prince Charles smiles with well-wishers after he departs meeting The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

She was given permission by medics to travel to Sandringham, where she was seen out with staff and her dogs. The monarch and her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, always spent a week together at this time of year.

The Queen, who was keen to continue the tradition, was forced to cancel a two-day visit to Northern Ireland at the last minute three weeks ago after being ordered to rest by doctors following a slew of public engagements.

It later emerged that she had been in hospital overnight for ‘preliminary investigations’, although palace official declined to comment on what these might be. She has since been ordered to rest for ‘at least’ another fortnight.

The Queen missed attending the Cop26 climate change summit, instead delivering a pre-recorded video message from Windsor, and also had to cancel several other engagements in favour of only ‘light’ duties at her desk.

But the monarch has stated that it is her ‘firm intention’ to be at the Cenotaph for the traditional Remembrance Sunday event this weekend, one of the most ‘sacred’ events in her annual calendar. Her return to Windsor suggests she is hopeful of making what one royal aide described as ‘the most inked in’ engagement in her diary.

TUESDAY -- The Queen is photographed leaving Wood Farm on the Sandringham estate to return to Windsor by helicopter

TUESDAY -- The Queen is photographed leaving Wood Farm on the Sandringham estate to return to Windsor by helicopter

TUESDAY — The Queen is photographed leaving Wood Farm on the Sandringham estate to return to Windsor by helicopter 

MONDAY -- The Queen is photographed enjoying an afternoon drive through her Sandringham estate at the start of this week

MONDAY -- The Queen is photographed enjoying an afternoon drive through her Sandringham estate at the start of this week

MONDAY — The Queen is photographed enjoying an afternoon drive through her Sandringham estate at the start of this week

LAST SATURDAY -- The Queen is pictured enjoying a Saturday morning drive through her Sandringham estate

LAST SATURDAY -- The Queen is pictured enjoying a Saturday morning drive through her Sandringham estate

LAST SATURDAY — The Queen is pictured enjoying a Saturday morning drive through her Sandringham estate 

LAST FRIDAY -- The Queen is photographed being driven back to Wood Farm at Sandringham in Norfolk on Friday of last week

LAST FRIDAY -- The Queen is photographed being driven back to Wood Farm at Sandringham in Norfolk on Friday of last week

LAST FRIDAY — The Queen is photographed being driven back to Wood Farm at Sandringham in Norfolk on Friday of last week

NOVEMBER 1 -- The Queen is pictured driving close to Windsor Castle on Monday of last week after being instructed to rest

NOVEMBER 1 -- The Queen is pictured driving close to Windsor Castle on Monday of last week after being instructed to rest

NOVEMBER 1 — The Queen is pictured driving close to Windsor Castle on Monday of last week after being instructed to rest

OCTOBER 29 -- The Queen in a a Cop26 video message recorded on October 29 and played in Glasgow on November 1

OCTOBER 29 -- The Queen in a a Cop26 video message recorded on October 29 and played in Glasgow on November 1

OCTOBER 29 — The Queen in a a Cop26 video message recorded on October 29 and played in Glasgow on November 1

During his visit to Brixton today, Charles could be seen sharing a joke with Keshia East – singer Fleur’s sister who showcased and shared her business success story after launching No Knot Co LTD, which manufactures hair tools and accessories for wavy, curly and coily hair types.

Later, he was seen beaming as she shook hands with independent health and social care consultant Jacqui Dyer.  

The organisation was founded in 1976 by the Prince of Wales and supports those aged 11 to 30 who are unemployed, or pupils at school who are at risk of being excluded.

NatWest has donated to the Prince’s Trust since 1976 and been partnered formally with them for more than 20 years.

The charity has helped 870,000 young people since it launched and supports over 100 more each day. Three in four of these young people move into work, training or education.  

The Prince of Wales shakes hands with Jacqui Dyer MBE as he meets The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

The Prince of Wales shakes hands with Jacqui Dyer MBE as he meets The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

The Prince of Wales shakes hands with Jacqui Dyer MBE as he meets The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs in Brixton today

Charles is today seen in Brixton sharing a joke with Keshia East, who showcased and shared her business success story

Charles is today seen in Brixton sharing a joke with Keshia East, who showcased and shared her business success story

Charles is today seen in Brixton sharing a joke with Keshia East, who showcased and shared her business success story

Charles put on a dapper display in Brixton today in a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit adorned with a red poppy

Charles put on a dapper display in Brixton today in a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit adorned with a red poppy

Charles put on a dapper display in Brixton today in a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit adorned with a red poppy

Charles is seen beaming today as he shakes hands with independent health and social care consultant Jacqui Dyer MBE

Charles is seen beaming today as he shakes hands with independent health and social care consultant Jacqui Dyer MBE

Charles is seen beaming today as he shakes hands with independent health and social care consultant Jacqui Dyer MBE

Keshia East shares her business success story with Charles in Brixton this morning, after launching No Knot Co LTD

Keshia East shares her business success story with Charles in Brixton this morning, after launching No Knot Co LTD

Keshia East shares her business success story with Charles in Brixton this morning, after launching No Knot Co LTD 

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with guests this morning as he meets The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with guests this morning as he meets The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs

The Prince Of Wales shakes hands with guests this morning as he meets The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs

Charles looks deep in thought as he speaks with a young person who showcased and shared his business success story today

Charles looks deep in thought as he speaks with a young person who showcased and shared his business success story today

Charles looks deep in thought as he speaks with a young person who showcased and shared his business success story today

The royal is still actively involved in the charity and its work – and visited Cheryl’s Trust Centre, part of The Prince’s Trust charity which opened in the city in 2017, which helps vulnerable young people, on Tuesday.

He also keenly took part in visits to meet volunteers last year. 

In February 2020, Prince Charles was greeted by well-wishers who lined the streets before he strolled into a TK Maxx store on Tooting High Street to meet with Prince’s Trust alumni.

And on Valentine’s Day 2020 the royal hosted The Prince’s Trust Invest in Futures Gala, which is the largest fundraising event for the charity, in London.

Prince Charles rubbed shoulders with West End star Alexandra Burke, elegant in a black and white polka dot dress, as well as Chic’s Nile Rogers, who got the dance floor started with his energetic set.

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