Queen Elizabeth’s handling of COVID-19 perfectly shows her ‘keep calm and carry on’ attitude, commentator says

The royal family is known for keeping their cool even in the midst of difficult events. Its head, Queen Elizabeth II, has been through tough times and has always seemed relaxed in public.

Recently, the Queen tested positive for COVID-19. However, according to a royal commentator, his approach to diagnosis appears to show his ‘keep calm and carry on’ attitude.

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Queen Elizabeth will continue to work after testing positive for COVID-19

On February 20, Buckingham Palace released a statement announcing that the Queen had tested positive for COVID-19.

“Her Majesty is experiencing mild, cold-like symptoms but expects to continue light duties at Windsor over the coming week,” the palace explained. “She will continue to receive medical care and will follow all appropriate guidelines.”

The diagnosis came out just days after Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles both tested positive.

A source also told CNN, “A number of cases have been diagnosed in the Windsor Castle team.”

Queen Elizabeth shows her ‘keep calm and carry on’ attitude, commentator says

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Recently, journalist Ellie Costello commented on the situation on UK News and spoke of Her Majesty’s attitude.

“It’s really…hearing a royal family talk about the Queen’s private medical affairs on the day something happens,” Costello said (via Express). “She tested positive yesterday and we got that statement at lunchtime so it’s very rare. But I think it’s all part of that attitude to keep calm and carry on, they made us know the Queen had tested positive for coronavirus, but they also said the symptoms were mild and she would continue to work.

Costello added: “Of course great efforts have been made to keep the Queen safe during the pandemic. She has spent most of the past two years here at Windsor Castle in the HMS bubble, which is the nickname given to this small family of just twenty staff who have surrounded the Queen for two years and royal sources say many of them The HMS bubble tested positive last week.

Queen Elizabeth takes service very seriously

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As a public servant, Queen Elizabeth’s main job is to support the public and represent her country abroad. Although Queen Elizabeth is 95, she still takes this job seriously.

On her 21st birthday in 1947, Princess Elizabeth said to her people, “I declare before you all that my whole life, whether long or short, shall be devoted to your service.”

Her Majesty has kept that promise for over 70 years. Although many of her peers are retired, the Queen continues to devote her time and energy to serving her people.

Author Matthew Dennison wrote in the book The Queen, “As throughout a life when she had always honored her father’s belief that ‘the highest honor is the service of others’, she had put the monarchy first, safeguarding her mission of service and a duty that could never, she was sure, be a part-time vocation.

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