Queen may travel to Trooping the Colour by 4×4 instead of carriage to boost comfort

The Queen may travel to Trooping the Colour by Range Rover instead of a royal carriage for the first time in her 70-year reign to boost her comfort after suffering from mobility issues.

The monarch, 96, may make the journey from Buckingham Palace to Horse Guards Parade by 4×4 as part of several contingency plans being drawn up by officials ahead of the Platinum Jubilee weekend.

During her reign, the Queen’s attendance at most engagements has been planned for months and often announced publicly weeks in advance.

But the presence of the monarch – who marks her 96th birthday on Thursday – will now be a bonus, rather than guaranteed and ‘will be decided on the day’ due to mobility issues.

Last night, Buckingham Palace distanced itself from the suggestion that the Queen would watch Trooping the Colour from the Major-General’s office overlooking the parade ground rather than inspecting the troops on a dais, The Telegraph reports.

A royal insider said: ‘I cannot imagine in 100 years that…

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