A royal expert claims that the Queen is taking comfort from her work, even though she has suffered health problems during her reign’s’most difficult period’.

Recently, concerns have been raised about the monarch’s well-being after she cancelled many engagements. She also missed Remembrance Sunday due to a back injury. 

OK! Katie Nicholl, Vanity Fair’s royal editor, said that the monarch still enjoys her job and keeps her young.

She continued: ‘Behind the scenes, in private, it’s probably been the hardest time of her reign…In [Philip’s]In her absence, her family will be incredibly important. Their family is everything. 

The Queen, 95, has been taking 'comfort' from her work during the 'most difficult time of her reign', a royal expert has claimed

According to a royal expert, the Queen (95) has taken ‘comfort from her work’ during the “most difficult period of her reign”.

It comes after The Queen told her family she is feeling much better and looking forward to hosting the rest of the royals at Sandringham this Christmas, according to reports.  

According to Mirror, sources close to Queen Elizabeth have said that she is well and will travel to Norfolk to visit her estate around Friday, December 17.

The first Christmas after the death of Prince Philip, will bring about some emotional moments.

It is possible that she may take the traditional train from London to Kings Lynn, but it is unlikely. She will likely instead fly a helicopter from Windsor. The journey takes about 50 minutes.

Katie Nicholl explained how the royal is missing Prince Philip, whom the royal editor called the monarch's 'everything'

Katie Nicholl explained why the prince is not there, and how the royal editor called Prince Philip the monarch’s “everything”.  

Charles and Camilla are expected to be her guests at this holiday season, along with William and Kate and their children.

Invites were also sent to other royals, including Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Princess Beatrice, as well as their children and partners.

According to a source, the Queen told people she feels much better and that she looks forward to Christmas with them.

“Like other families, Her Majesty will finally be able to gather with her extended relatives after so many years of being separated by the coronavirus epidemic,”

Meanwhile the royal editor explained how in Philip's absence, the royal family are 'incredibly important' to the Queen

The royal editor also explained that Philip was not able to attend, and the Royal Family is ‘incredibly important’ for the Queen. 

Late October saw Her Majesty cancel a Northern Ireland trip and spend the night in London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital for ‘preliminary’ testing. She was then advised to relax after an extremely busy couple of weeks.

He also didn’t make an appearance in-person at Cop26, Glasgow. However, he instead sent a text message and was later absent from the Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall in November 13. 

Buckingham Palace said she made the decision not to attend the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in London ‘with great regret’ and was ‘disappointed’ to miss the event. 

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, claimed that she was in good health when he visited her at Windsor just a few days later.

The comments come days after the Queen celebrated the double christening of her two great-grandsons with Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall and their families in Windsor

The comments come days after the Queen celebrated the double christening of her two great-grandsons with Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall and their families in Windsor

The Queen also celebrated last weekend the double christening her great-grandsons, Zara Tindall and Princess Eugenie in Windsor.

Courtiers had informed her that she wanted to be there this weekend when Princess Eugenie (31), and Zara Tindall (40) christened their first-born boys. She was also pictured at Windsor’s ceremony. 

Penny Junor, commentator for the Sun said that attending the baptism of her great-grandsons would have been very significant.

She stated, “I have never seen two royal infants being christened together in this manner.” A christening for Queen Elizabeth is important because it is spiritual. She will also be there as it is an occasion of high importance.

“She loves Zara and Mike as well as Eugenie.