Queen Elizabeth is swapping Buckingham Palace for Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth is swapping Buckingham Palace for Windsor Castle

- Queen Elizabeth will be moving from her permanent home at Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle amidst coronavirus safety concerns

- The 94-year-old queen is currently on a short trip with her husband Prince Philip in Scotland

- Upon her return, she will not be returning to her palace but to Windsor Castle

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Queen Elizabeth, in all her royal highness, could not deter the coronavirus from affecting her life as much as it did us normal human beings'.

It has been decided that amidst the pandemic, the Queen and presumably her husband, Prince Philip, will not be returning to their permanent home, Buckingham Palace, for the foreseeable future.

The two will instead take refuge in their other home, just about an hour away from the palace, Windsor Castle. The Queen and her husband are currently on a summer vacation in Scotland.

Queen Elizabeth is swapping Buckingham Palace for Windsor Castle
Queen Elizabeth takes precautionary measures amidst pandemic. Source: Instagram/TheRoyalFamily
Source: Instagram

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Her son Prince William was recently reported to have tested positive for the virus but has since made a full recovery.

Having recently turned 96 years old, the Queen is at a higher risk of catching the virus, which is why the best decision for her health and safety was to move to her private home.

According to abc.news, her stay at Windsor Castle could turn out to be the longest recorded period of time she has been away from Buckingham Palace in history.

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In other Briefly.co.za news, a local woman has managed to wow tweeps after she was captured on video effortlessly making the traditional maize dish, pap. While it may not seem like such a big deal, making pap the proper and delicious way is actually quite hard.

Not only does the maize meal tend to get very hot, bubble out of the pot and give you tiny burns - getting your spoon to actually move through the thick mixture is a whole different struggle on its own. Countless wooden spoons have been broken trying to achieve a lump-free well-cooked pot of pap.

While many users were left simply shook by the skill, others asked for some advice as to how they too can obtain such pap-making talent.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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