Queen ‘has good and less good days’ and may miss Jubilee events, insider warns

Palace aides have warned that The Queen has both good and bad days after recent rumours over health concerns for Her Majesty.

The admission comes after The Queen attended the first of many planned Platinum Jubilee celebrations, with some royal aides saying this could be one of the few celebratory events Queen Elizabeth II actually attends.

Despite rumoured health issues, the long-reigning monarch was spotted attending a celebration at Windsor Castle, which was also attended by the likes of Tom Cruise, Dame Helen Mirren and Omid Djalili.

Her attendance at the Royal Windsor Horse Show could be one of few public appearances over the next few months, royal aides have warned.

A palace aide admitted to the Daily Mail that The Queen is having "good and less good days," with the 96-year-old forced to cancel a string of social engagements over the past few months.

The 96-year-old missed the State Opening of Parliament for the first time in her reign, with son Prince Charles stepping in to open parliament for the year.

Royal aides insist that despite the "episodic" mobility issues, The Queen is in good spirits and still in charge behind the scenes, undertaking several meeting each week.

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Her Majesty made her second public appearance in three days with her attendance at the Royal Windsor Horse Show showing the royal in good spirits in her seat in the Royal Box.

Organisers of the event had always hoped The Queen would attend, but due to reported mobility issues revealed by royal insiders, her attendance was not confirmed until the very last minute, Daily Mail reports.

The elderly monarch was spotted smiling and in seemingly good spirits at the event, where she was shown throughout the broadcast as Hollywood A-listers like Tom Cruise talked of their "honour and privilege" in being part of the ceremony.

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