As Queen misses church again with nasty cough…
Get Better soon, Ma’am
SHE HATES CANCELLING DATES
The Queen has occasionally missed Sunday services at Sandringham because of ill health. But a sign of how poorly she is was that she failed to turn up on Christmas Day for the first time in living memory.
As Supreme Governor of the Church of England and someone with a strong personal faith, an appearance at church on one of the most important days of the Christian calendar is something she takes very seriously.
The Queen has enjoyed good health throughout her life and has been admitted to hospital just three times in the past 13 years: twice in 2003 for knee surgery and in 2013 for gastroenteritis.
In the past two decades the Queen has been forced to cancel public engagements barely a handful of times, largely due to unusually heavy colds or back pain, from which she suffers periodically. Her mother, Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, also enjoyed good health. She died at the age of 101 in 2002.
Painful truth behind Sherlock’s shocking climax
In a scene that moved viewers to tears, Mary Watson was fatally shot as she jumped in front of a bullet aimed at Sherlock, played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
As she died, she told her husband, Dr John Watson, that he had been her ‘whole world’ and begged him to look after their new-born baby.
And despite the recent strains in their real-life marriage, she told him: ‘You made me so happy, you gave me everything I could have ever wanted.’