In her first public appearance after Prince Andrew’s settlement, Queen Elizabeth appears frail.

According to accounts, Queen Elizabeth II appeared fragile and acknowledged to having problems moving at her first public appearance since Prince Andrew settled a multimillion-dollar sexual assault claim.

According to the UK Independent, the 95-year-old monarch met with incoming Defense Services Secretary Maj. Gen. Eldon Millar at Windsor Castle, walking with a cane and seeming stiff, following a COVID-19 scare last week.

“I can’t move,” the Queen said to Millar, pointing to her foot.

The military forces engagement had been planned for a long time before the Queen was tested for the virus last week when her eldest son, Prince Charles, became ill. The palace stated that she was not exhibiting any symptoms, but did not specify if she had tested positive.

Prince Andrew settled a multi-million dollar sexual assault lawsuit this week.

The meeting with Millar and his predecessor, Rear Adm. James Macleod, came after the Duke of York agreed to pay accuser Virginia Giuffre $12 million in a settlement, apparently at the Queen’s request.

The Queen wore a green gown with pearls and smiled with the military chiefs during her meeting in the Oak Room on Wednesday.

Buckingham Palace has declined to say whether the Queen has tested positive for the coronavirus, and it’s unclear why she’s having difficulty walking.

Queen Elizabeth peaks with outgoing Defense Service Secretaries Rear Admiral James Macleod and incoming Defense Service Secretaries Major General Eldon Millar.

The palace has not confirmed whether the monarch tested positive for COVID last week.

On Tuesday, the Queen also looked healthy during a virtual appearance with Estonian and Spanish ambassadors.


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