Queen Elizabeth II, who became the first British monarch to reign in seven decades, met face-to-face with the Swiss president and his wife at Windsor Castle on Thursday.
The 95-year-old has apparently responded to her grandson, Prince Harry, who was worried about the monarch after his surprise visit to the UK.
The Duke of Sussex, who paid his grandmother a rare and surprise visit for tea at Windsor Castle last month with his wife Meghan Markle, said in an interview on NBC’s ‘Today’ show, ” I just make sure she’s protected and got the right people around her.
The monarch smiled and stood unaided on his first official engagement in a week-long hiatus at the Sandringham estate, smiling broadly for photos with Cassis and his wife Paola.
The Queen appeared to be in good spirits and pleasant as she returned to Windsor Castle after a week’s break at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk, east England, where she celebrated her 96th birthday privately on April 21th.
Prince Harry’s grandmother looked in top form as she met face-to-face with the Swiss President and his wife, as part of preparations for UK-wide celebrations for his early Platinum Jubilee June.